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16 Oct 2020
Dutch revellers have a last night out before police arrive to enforce new rules to curb a surge in coronavirus infections in the Netherlands, with all restaurants and bars closing their doors for four weeks.
26 Aug 2020
Most of Germany's coronavirus infections take place in the private sphere or in nursing homes, according to new research. Refugee homes face the highest risk of transmission, while schools and offices pose lower risks.
24 Aug 2020
The rise of coronavirus infections in Germany is said to be partly driven by people celebrating too much and not following social distancing rules. What’s it like in Berlin? DW’s Thomas Sparrow went to find out.
3 Aug 2020
With the oil price down and the coronavirus pandemic taking its toll, Colombia faces its worst economic setback in a decade. Businesses are fighting to get into gear again after four months of partial lockdowns.
12 Jul 2020
Australian authorities have announced they will close the border between the states of New South Wales and Victoria due to an uptick in coronavirus infections. Police said they will use drones to monitor the border.
21 May 2020
The total number of coronavirus infections across the world has surpassed the five-million mark. "We still have a long way to go in this pandemic," says the WHO. Follow DW for the latest.
10 May 2020
There is a curfew in place in the Somali capital, and authorities have pleaded with worshippers to stay home as coronavirus infections rise. But many carry on with normal life.
25 Apr 2020
The number of coronavirus infections has steadily risen in India, with the country so far recording over 23,500 cases. While several states are lagging in testing and containment, others are doing better.
9 Apr 2020
Researchers from a German university have said countries have only found on average about 6% of coronavirus infections. The real number of infected people globally may have already reached tens of millions of people.
29 Feb 2020
GuardianTV spoke with a cross-section of Nigerians on their thoughts on the first case of coronavirus in the country after an Italian citizen tested positive in Lagos.
29 Feb 2020
Germany has already faced its first coronavirus infections. Officials have remained calm, and border closures or lockdowns are not yet on the horizon. But the country has no specific pandemic plan for COVID-19.

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