This week, new data shows reduced stadium seating isn't doing what we hoped. Also, predictions for autumn and winter — and for patients who contract the virus. And, the dangerous effect COVID-19 is having on our political and social attitudes.
Thousands of Israelis have once again taken to the streets to protest the government's handling of the pandemic. Travelers arriving in the UK from Spain are now required to quarantine. Follow DW for the latest.
How have democracies and authoritarian regimes reacted to the novel coronavirus pandemic? A team of investigators travels the world and interviews virologists, public health experts and ordinary people to find out.
The UN body announced that over 1.4 million infections of COVID-19 are accounted for by health care sector workers, at least 10% of all cases. EU leaders have met to discuss a recovery package. Follow DW for the latest.
Does the coronavirus get weaker when temperatures rise? Virologist Thomas Pietschmann explains why spring really gives hope and why women have a clear advantage in the fight against the COVID-19 disease.
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