Coronavirus digest: Global infections top 90 million
Over 90 million people have now been infected by COVID-19, with nations around the world scrambling to vaccinate vulnerable groups and suppress new coronavirus variants. DW has the latest.
Coronavirus: Children can be spreaders — but are often symptomless
So far, many people have underestimated the role that children can play in spreading the novel coronavirus. Researchers say they can contract and spread the virus without showing symptoms.
Coronavirus: German Chancellor Angela Merkel urges 'significantly' tougher curbs — reports
Germans could be facing tougher restrictions soon, following comments by Chancellor Angela Merkel to politicians. There is already a lockdown, but it's not having much impact, official statistics seem to show.
Coronavirus digest: Germany passes 2 million cases
Chancellor Angela Merkel has reportedly pushed for a "significant" tightening of restrictions to slow the infection rate, with many cases still being recorded every day. Follow DW for the latest.
Coronavirus: India's approval of local vaccines draws criticism
India's drug regulator's decision to grant emergency use approval to a local vaccine has raised eyebrows as the company developing it has not provided proof of its efficacy.
Coronavirus alarm in France after 2,500 attend illegal rave
The party was in direct violation of protocols to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Prosecutors have launched an investigation, which could include charges of harming police.
Coronavirus digest: US surpasses 20 million COVID cases
The US has entered the first days of the new year with bleak figures. With over 20 million cases — the US has about a quarter of all infections recorded worldwide. Follow DW for the latest.
Coronavirus digest: Scotland to impose strict lockdown
Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon says she is more concerned about the coronavirus situation now that at any other point since March. Meanwhile, the EU is facing criticism for its vaccine rollout. Stay up to date with DW.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson orders new lockdown for England
As case numbers continue to climb, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has declared a lockdown for England until mid-February. All nonessential shops will be closed, along with schools and universities.