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27 Nov
As the fourth wave of the pandemic wreaks havoc in Germany, a growing number of Intensive Care Units (ICUs) have reached full capacity. The main problem: a serious shortage of specialized staff.
18 Apr 2021
Intensive care doctors are stepping up the pressure: During the current third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, ICUs are filling fast. Is Germany's health system stretched to its limits?
8 Apr 2021
Health workers treat Covid-19 patients in an intensive care unit at Rio de Janeiro's Ronaldo Gazolla hospital, as Brazil registers more than 4,000 Covid-19 deaths in 24 hours for the first time.
4 Jan 2021
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6 Dec 2020
Germany is to set up medical storage units, hoping to stave off some of the shortages experienced at the onset of the pandemic. Meanwhile, German medics are alarmed at the current rise in ICU occupancy rates.
11 Apr 2020
We look at reactions in the British press to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's recovery from coronavirus. Also, the French papers are examining the efficiency of an anti-malaria drug in treating Covid-19 cases, this as President Emmanuel Macron met with a leading doctor who is advocating the use of hydroxychloroquine. Meanwhile, Senegalese President Macky Sall wonders if a new world order could be formed after the pandemic and we look at how street artists have been inspire
7 Apr 2020
We look at the British dailies amid Prime Minister Boris Johnson's deteriorating health. We also see how New York authorities are mulling over options for burials as the death toll from Covid-19 builds up there. In France, Le Monde looks at cellphone tracking of coronavirus patients. Finally, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern adds the Easter bunny and tooth fairy to the country's list of "essential" workers!

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