Yes, it's a bit cooler outside. But does that really explain why the COVID-19 numbers have gone up so high? And so quickly? And if it doesn't, what does?
Nearly a year has passed since Corona became known worldwide. Since then, researchers have discovered much about the virus and have made progress combatting it. Here are the most important points.
Germany has seen more than 1 million cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began. US health experts fear Thanksgiving gatherings will lead to a spike in infections. DW rounds up the latest.
Germany has recorded 23,648 positive coronavirus tests over the past 24 hours, while the death toll rose by 260. Despite a downward trend, India has crossed the 9 million case mark. Follow DW for more.
Health workers in Delhi are struggling to cope with a record spike in COVID-19 cases. The federal government has had to enlist medical students to help bring the surge under control.
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