We are told that contagious mutations of Sars-CoV-2 have ushered in a new phase in the pandemic. How important are anti-viral therapies now that the vaccines are out? And — when is the right time to close schools during a pandemic?
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Researchers around the world are developing vaccines against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Here's a look at their progress so far.
As new variants of coronavirus prompt new public health measures, two German public health experts have told DW that vaccinations should still be effective — if they can be administered in time.
What are the differences between the vaccines? Which one is the right one for me? How quickly can people get vaccinated? Are there potential side effects? Here are some answers to the most important questions.
The Robert Koch Institute chief said Germany will have COVID-19 under control by the end of 2021. But he added that the spread of new virus variants might pose a challenge.
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