As the coronavirus death toll rises to over a quarter of a million in the United States, health care workers are struggling to cope. Analysts say the lack of a coordinated political response is costing lives.
Some African and Asian countries have considerably lower numbers of coronavirus cases than Germany. What is the reason for that and what lessons might Germany – and other countries – learn from them?
Most countries are reporting more and more new COVID-19 cases every day, and data for the global picture shows that the pandemic is far from over. DW's weekly statistics update.
The European Medicines Agency did not name the company it expects to file the application. However, EU leaders hope a vaccine will be available before the end of the year.
Most German residents are willing to accept a continued partial lockdown that Chancellor Merkel and state leaders agreed on. But coronavirus fatigue is clearly setting in, writes DW's Jens Thurau.
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