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Coronavirus digest: WHO chief warns against ‘pandemic fatigue’

By Abiodun Ogundairo
28 October 2020   |   11:57 am
The head of the WHO has warned against letting down one's guard even though the situation is tough on people. Meanwhile, researchers have looked into pollution's effect on coronavirus deaths. Follow DW for the latest.

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