A project in Eswatini, former known as Swaziland, is installing solar-powered water pumps to improve hygiene and living conditions, something especially important in times of a global pandemic.
Facebook Messenger Web
The Democratic Republic of Congo is struggling to vaccinate its population amid growing cases of COVID-19. Skepticism, misinformation and poor infrastructure have forced the country to discard thousands of expired doses.
Economies in developed countries are improving while the struggles in other countries are getting worse, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has found. The key difference? Access to coronavirus vaccines.
State governments are scrambling to set up mobile COVID-19 vaccination centers in western Germany as rescue efforts increase the threat of infection. Residents say they have bigger concerns than the pandemic now.
Germany's health minister has warned that the currently low, but rising COVID caseload could quickly snowball. But the country also expects lower hospitalization rates even as cases rise, due to high vaccination rates.
© 2021 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version