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Coronavirus digest: US to launch trade talks on vaccine distribution
3 days ago
The US will start talks with the WTO to get the COVID jab more "widely shared" amid pressure to waive patent rules. A German state eases restrictions for immunized people. Follow DW for more.
Hotel chain sues Germany over coronavirus aid
3 days ago
The Dorint Hotel Group filed a constitutional complaint over what it deems unfair treatment. Dorint says smaller firms have benefited more from government financial assistance during the pandemic.
Coronavirus: German hospitals hopeful pressure will ease
3 days ago
With infection rates stabilizing, German hospitals are reportedly experiencing their "first, slight relief" in the latest coronavirus wave. But many warn it is too early to celebrate.
Turkey bans alcohol sales as coronavirus pandemic measure
As Turkey begins a strict three-week lockdown, many people are particularly angry about a nationwide ban on alcohol sales. Dissidents say the measure has nothing to do with the pandemic and fear a long-term prohibition.
Coronavirus digest: Netherlands lifts curfew, opens cafes
The Dutch government plans to ease restrictions, and allow cafes to reopen from 12 to 6 p.m. with up to 50 people. The country is ramping up its vaccination rollout, as cases continue to rise. Follow DW for the latest.
Coronavirus digest: Half of US adults receive at least one vaccine shot
The US pushes ahead with its vaccination drive while Indian hospitals try to adapt to deal with an overwhelming surge in new COVID-19 infections. Follow DW for the latest.
DW fact check: Four coronavirus vaccination myths examined
Countless coronavirus vaccination myths get shared on the internet. Some claim that getting a jab causes infertility, while others say it can manipulate human DNA. DW investigates.
Top German court tosses objection to EU coronavirus recovery fund
The German Constitutional Court's decision paves the way for Berlin to ratify the EU's €750 billion recovery fund. Judges said they had not found any indication that the approval was unconstitutional.
Coronavirus: Germany could start offering COVID vaccines to everyone by June
Germany is expected to start offering the coronavirus vaccines to everyone who is willing to take them, says Health Minister Jens Spahn.
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 digest: India reports over 200,000 new cases
The new figure brings the total to over 14 million infections since the start of the pandemic. Meanwhile, officials are mulling a cancellation of the Tokyo Olympics. Follow DW for the latest.