Coronavirus digest: US warns against travel to 80% of world
Americans will be advised not to travel to over 160 countries due to "unprecedented risk" from COVID-19. Meanwhile, the UK wants to boost global preparedness for the next pandemic.
Coronavirus: EU hints it might not order AstraZeneca jab again
AstraZeneca has delivered less than a quarter of the doses of the coronavirus vaccine it initially promised to the bloc.
Coronavirus: England relaxes restrictions, pubs and businesses reopen
Pubs and restaurants have reopened for the first time in months as England eases another round of public health regulations.
Coronavirus: How the pandemic is hitting North Korea hard
Pyongyang officially denies any confirmed infections in the isolated nation, but there is little doubt among experts that it has suffered at least some cases of the virus.
Coronavirus: Confusion over efficacy of Chinese vaccines
After a high-ranking Chinese virologist appeared to doubt the efficacy of China's four approved vaccines, he is now backpedaling and calling it a misunderstanding.
EU, India seek closer ties to fight coronavirus pandemic
Europe wants to enhance its partnership with India against COVID-19 and climate change. Delhi is pushing for an intellectual property waiver to facilitate vaccine production.
Coronavirus digest: WHO urges ban on market sale of live wild animals
The World Health Organization has recommended halting sales of live wild animals to avoid transmitting diseases. Australia will not buy J&J vaccine. England starts Moderna rollout. Follow DW for the latest.
Coronavirus: 15% of Germans have been vaccinated, says RKI
The Robert Koch Institute for disease control says 12.7 million people have received at least one dose of the COVID vaccine. On Saturday, hundreds of protesters across Germany demanded stricter lockdown measures.