Listen to DW's 30-minute science show. In this episode, a host's wife gets the results of her COVID-19 antibody test. Also, how to stop "virus clouds," alarming levels of blood clotting, and is Germany re-opening too soon?
COVID-19 caught us all unprepared. Despite some countries' initial successes in curbing the pandemic, the virus is now spreading like never before.
We have paid a steep price to get Sars-CoV-2 infection rates down to a manageable level. We could jeopardize everything we've achieved if we don't continue to act responsibly, says Fabian Schmidt.
A group of 239 researchers has called for an update of COVID-19 guidelines, as transmission via ultra-fine suspended matter in the air was not sufficiently taken into account. Now the WHO also sees the danger.
Six months have passed since SARS-CoV-2 became known worldwide. Since then, researchers have found out much about the virus and made progress in combating it. Here are the most important points.
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