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Is China's censored internet winning? | DW Feature
When it comes to censoring and controlling the internet, experts say China is leading the way and teaching others how to do it -- exporting its Great Firewall technology overseas.
Today authoritarian regimes are using the internet to undermine democracy by monitoring citizens, silencing critics, or just simply cutting the cord altogether. One study shows the number of internet shutdowns has doubled since 2016 - and more than 70% of internet users now live in countries where people were arrested for posting political, social, or religious content.
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US expects 100,000 deaths, extends lockdown measures | Coronavirus Update
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US President Donald Trump has extended the country's national "social distancing" guidelines to April 30 as the number of Coronavirus infections continues to rise in the country. The US leader said he expects the country "will be well on our way to recovery" by June 1st, abandoning his earlier goal of relaxing measures by Easter. During a White House press conference, Trump said data indicates ...
Coronavirus worldwide: How are young people dealing with it? | DW News
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Young people may not face the highest health risk due to the coronavirus, but they're dealing with much of their world being shut down around them. Health experts say the actions of younger generations can have a significant impact on the course this pandemic takes. DW correspondents around the world checked in to see how youth are dealing with the social and societal restrictions. Subscribe: c...
Coronavirus outbreak in crowded Gaza sparks 'deep worry' | DW News
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The coronavirus pandemic could prove extra challenging for countries without advanced healthcare. Respirators, gloves, face masks and hospital beds are all crucial for people who contract Covid-19, and they’re severely lacking in Gaza. Authorities worry the virus could spread unchecked. More than two million people in the Palestinian territory live under strict blockades from both Israel and Eg...
Why is Germany's coronavirus mortality rate so low? | DW News
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Mortality rates are seen as a key indicator of how countries are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. So why, compared to other countries in Europe, is the Covid-19 death toll so low? Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: deutschewellenews/ ►Twitter: dwnews ►Instagram: instagram.co...
Coronavirus: South Africa lockdown puts added strain on poor | DW News
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The coronavirus is reaching across the globe and just starting to spread more rapidly across Africa. With more than a thousand infections, South Africa is the worst-hit nation on the continent. The country has just begun a three-week national lockdown, and local authorities are taking a hardline in enforcing it. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com...
Coronavirus: US lab unveils portable 5-minute Covid-19 test | DW News
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In the United States more than 100,000 people have been infected with the coronavirus; that's more confirmed cases than in any other country. But according to health experts the country needs to do more testing to reveal the extent of the outbreak. To help achieve that, the US Food and Drug Administration has approved a new rapid test from Abbott Laboratories. The company says the test can dete...
Coronavirus: How to get through self-isolation | #InThisTogether
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Many of us are starting to feel stir-crazy self-isolating during the coronavirus crisis. But imagine being cooped up for a year and a half! Romain Charles from the European Space Agency was, and he can tell us a thing or two about how to deal with cabin fever. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: facebook.c...
Coronavirus: Russia's ban leaves travelers stranded at Moscow airport | DW News
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Around the world, countries are closing their borders to stop the spread of COVID-19, leaving many families divided. Russia has banned all foreigners without a permanent residence permit from entering, leaving dozens of people trapped inside airports. DW caught up with one couple, who were separated returning from their honeymoon. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more new...
Coronavirus: Spain extends lockdown after death toll spikes | DW News
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Europe is struggling with growing death rates and increasingly overstrained hospitals due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. Spain is Europe's second worst-hit country. Authorities there reported the highest increase in fatalities - with more than 800 people dying in a day. Spain is also reporting the largest percentage of infected health care workers, further straining the system. Subscrib...
Coronavirus: Italians losing heart as death toll tops 9,000 | DW News
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Italy has set another record for the most deaths from coronavirus in a single day. Nearly 1,000 people have died in the last 24 hours, bringing the total death toll to over 9,000. That's the highest number of any country, and health officials say the worst may be yet to come. Hospital wards are still full, although doctors say the number of patients is now steadying. Contagion rates appear to b...
Coronavirus: Wuhan China opens up, South Korea shuts back down | DW News
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Wuhan, the city in China where the global coronavirus pandemic began, has partly eased travel restrictions. People are now allowed to return to Wuhan, but no one is allowed to leave yet. The city was put on lockdown in January as Covid-19 cases soared. According to official statistics, the number has since dropped sharply. Local health officials say they're working to prevent the outbreak flari...
How hard will the Coronavirus hit the global south? | DW News
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If the Coronavirus can bring the West to its knees, what could it do to the Global South? Fears are growing in populations from Delhi to Bogota. DW's Richard Walker explains how ready developing countries are, what they need to prioritize, and hears some words of optimism from a World Health Organization specialist in fighting deadly outbreaks. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglis...
Coronavirus: What experts can tell us about isolation | Covid-19 Special
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Qurantine, self- isolation and keeping a distance: For most of us this is a rather new concept we have to get used to in times of the Coronavirus pandemic at the moment. But there are some people who are real professionals when it comes to living in isolation for a long time. How do they prepare? And what lessons can we learn from them? We will take a look into how astronauts and NASA specialis...
Corona Update: Johnson tests positive +++ US and China call a truce | DW News
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has the coronavirus. He's the highest-profile political leader confirmed to have the virus so far. The UK health minister has also tested positive. On Thursday night, Johnson joined the nation in applauding workers in the National Health Service. A day later, after receiving the positive test result, he posted a video in which he said he'd be isolating himse...
Coronavirus: What's happening across the world - correspondents report | DW News
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As the coronavirus keeps spreading, this week we ask our correspondents across the word. How does the global youth deal with the coronavirus?. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: deutschewellenews/ ►Twitter: dwnews ►Instagram: dw_stories Für Videos in deutscher Sprac...
US braces for health care collapse +++ Europe divided +++ South Africa lockdown | Coronavirus Update
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The United States now has more confirmed cases of coronavirus than any other country - including China. Almost 86,000 people in the US have become infected and nearly 1,300 have died. The crisis has hit the American economy hard, fuelling a record surge in unemployment claims. Especially New York, the country's biggest city, is struggling. The EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has cr...
US puts bounty on Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro | DW News
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he US government has announced a 15-Million dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. The announcement came as the US Justice Department charged President Maduro and other senior Venezuelan officials with drug trafficking crimes. Washington accuses Maduro and his allies of converting Venezuela into a criminal enterprise and stealing billions of ...
Coronavirus: How tests and therapies fight the pandemic | Covid-19 Special
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Researchers around the world are working feverishly to develop a coronavirus vaccine as fast as possible. But what about a treatment against Covid-19? Can existing cancer or Ebola drugs be used in the fight against the respiratory disease? Is mass testing the solution we should aim for? Or rather try to meticulously follow infection chains? How can we stop the spread of the coronavirus Sars- Co...
Coronavirus: German parliament approves massive aid package | DW News
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In Germany, the parliament has approved a sweeping rescue package to cushion the economic damage caused by the pandemic. The country has seen a sharp increase in coronavirus deaths, up 30 percent from yesterday to today's total of 206. The measures approved by parliament will support the country's healthcare infrastructure and pump billions of euros into struggling businesses. In a historic mov...
Coronavirus: Is the US prepared for surging infections? | DW News
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The US Senate has approved the biggest stimulus package in the country's history, to cushion the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic. The legislation will provide two Ttrillion dollars to help stabilize businesses and households hit hard by the outbreak. The package - which is expected to be approved by the House of Representatives on Friday - comes as the number of infections soars. Wi...
Coronavirus in Africa: How prepared is the continent? | Covid-19 Special
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After originating in Asia, reaching Europe and Northern America, Covid-19 is now quickly spreading across the African continent. The number of confirmed cases in Africa shot past the 2,000 mark on Wednesday, but the true number of cases is mostly unknown as mass testing has not been rolled out. The majority of the continent's 54 countries have registered infections. Ivory Coast and Senegal have...
Coronavirus in Syria: How to deal with Covid-19 in a war zone? | DW News
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War-torn Syria is about the one country least able to deal with the coronavirus. But a case was confirmed over the weekend, and Syrians are bracing themselves for a lockdown. A full-blown outbreak would have severe consequences because a decade of civil war has devastated the country's healthcare system. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Fol...
Italian mayors rant at coronavirus lockdown violators | DW News
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In Italy some people keep defying lockdown orders. Now some Mayors have had enough and vent their anger. In Italy, 743 people died from the virus on Tuesday, according to government data. The country has been the worst hit by the coronavirus, experiencing a higher death toll than China, where the virus emerged in late 2019. A total of 6,820 people have died in Italy due to the pandemic. Subscri...
India imposes world's biggest Coronavirus lockdown | DW News
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India has become the latest and largest country to introduce a nationwide lockdown in the fight against the coronavirus. Its population of 1,3 billion has been told to stay at home. The country has so far seen about 560 confirmed cases and 11 deaths and there are fears that infections could spread quickly in the densely-populated urban areas of the country. Crowds formed at pharmacies and shops...
US deemed next Coronavirus epicenter, agrees on $2 trillion dollar stimulus package | Corona Update
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The coronavirus outbreak in New York City in the US is so severe that White House officials have called on anyone who has recently left the city to self-isolate for two weeks. More than 15-thousand cases have been confirmed in New York, and around 200 deaths. It's been in lockdown since Sunday, and state officials are pleading for help, but preparing for the worst. US lawmakers have agreed a 2 ...
Italy's death toll falls for the second consecutive day | Coronavirus Update
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Official Coronavirus figures from Italy offer a glimmer of hope that lockdown measures introduced two weeks ago have slowed the spread of the virus. The registered Covid-19 death toll has dropped for a second consecutive day, as has the number of new confirmed infections. The crisis has pushed northern Italy's health system to breaking point - with critical care units filled to capacity. Unions...
How the Coronavirus is changing the future of work | Covid-19 Special
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The coronavirus has forced millions of people into quarantine and self-isolation. Lots are working from home, some for the first time. Others have to keep going tow ork despite the danger. We take a look at how people cope with working from home and ask an expert how the crisis might change how we work for good. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com...
Spanish soldiers discover abandoned retirement homes +++ China to ease restrictions | Corona Update
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In Spain, the defence ministry says soldiers helping to fight the Coronavirus pandemic have found elderly patients in retirement homes abandoned and, in some cases, dead in their beds. Prosecutors have launched an investigation. Our correspondent Jan-Philipp Scholz has been listening to how Spanish people have been coping with more than a week in lockdown. Meanwhile Hubei, the province at the c...
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson puts Britain on lockdown after death toll surges | DW News
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Britain's Prime Minister has announced a nationwide lockdown to fight the coronavirus. Boris Johnson told the British people that the government was shutting non-essential shops and services and banning gatherings of more than two people. Johnson's government has faced criticism for shifting strategies and its perceived failure to act quickly to halt the spread of the virus. Subscribe: clip-sha...
Can controlled 'herd immunity' be an alternative to social distancing? | Coronavirus Analysis
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In some European countries, there are ongoing discussions about what measures to introduce and when. Some countries are focusing on the best ways to reach what’s called ‘herd immunity’ - a critical point in a pandemic when the number of people who have grown immune to the virus automatically limit its spread. For weeks, the British government avoided implementing restrictions on wider society. ...
Coronavirus in Italy: Cuba, China and Russia send send medical aid | DW News
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In Italy authorities said on Sunday that a further 651 people had died from the coronavirus. That’s fewer than Saturday’s record number of deaths, but is still the second-worst day so far. Italy has closed non-essential businesses to try to control the outbreak. And outside help is on the way. Doctors from Cuba and China as well as medical supplies from Russia have been dispatched to help suppo...
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games likely to be postponed | Coronavirus Updat
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The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in July and August could be postponed because of the coronavirus. Japan's prime minister Shinzo Abe has acknowledged the possibility of pushing the event back for the very first time, saying a decision could become "inevitable". Abe had previously insisted the Games would go ahead as scheduled. The International Olympic Committee opened the door to a postponment on ...
Coronavirus: USA fails to pass emergency aid bill | DW News
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On Sunday the US Senate was expected, but failed to reach a go ahead for a trillion-dollar economic rescue package aimed at helping businesses and regular Americans. Democrats dismissed the bill saying it was tilted toward helping large corporations. With the Senate set to vote on the emergency bill again on Monday, authorities in New York urge the peak of the contagion is yet to come and warn ...
Coronavirus: German Chancellor Merkel self-quarantines, announces further restrictions | DW News
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has gone into home quarantine after a doctor who treated her was diagnosed with the coronavirus. On Friday, Merkel, who is 65, was vaccinated against a different virus by the doctor, who later tested positive for Covid-19. Merkel's spokesman says she will now undergo daily testing. Her last act before going into quarantine was to announce sweeping restrictions on...
Coronavirus: Germany imposes strict social restrictions | DW News
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German federal and state authorities have decided to ban gatherings of more than two people outside of workplaces, to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The nationwide ban is to be enforced for at least two weeks. Exceptions will include families and people living in the same household. Also, all restaurants will be ordered to close, with only delivery services allowed. Hairdressers, cosmetic ...
Coronavirus in Turkey: Istanbul has its health workers' backs | DW News
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Turkey has also seen an increase in coronavirus infections. According to the health ministry, 21 people have died and there've been nearly one thousand cases. Authorities have imposed a restriction on the movement of senior citizens and the chronically ill. In Istanbul, people are taking the time to show their gratitude for those at the front lines of the crisis. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/...
Coronavirus update: Italy struggles to combat 'tsunami' of cases | DW News
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Italy is struggling most to combat Covid-19, with a total of nearly 5,000 coronavirus deaths. Officials there once again reported the largest one-day increase in fatalities. Regular papal events are no longer open to the public. Pope Francis's Sunday Angelus prayers are broadcast online instead. The Vatican's Saint Peter's Square has been sealed off. While authorities around the world take more...
Coronavirus update: Spain rushes to build hospitals as cases surge | DW News
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Spain is racing to construct temporary hospitals to care for more patients fighting a battle against COVID-19. The country now has the fourth highest number of coronavirus infections. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says "the worst is yet to come." Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: deutschewell...
Coronavirus: Hong Kong braces for 'scary' second wave | DW News
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Fears are growing in Hong Kong of a second wave of coronavirus. The territory had been successful in containing the first outbreak but new cases have spiked in recent days. On Friday the territory reported a record jump in confirmed cases as thousands returned home from overseas. Authorities fear the influx of people could lead to a community outbreak and paralyze the city's medical system. Hon...
Coronavirus in Israel: Police use spying tech to track patients | DW News
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In their efforts to track people infected with or exposed to the coronavirus, some authorities are using measures that invade people's privacy. Israel has been accused of repurposing technology originally developed to keep tabs on terrorists and using it on ordinary citizens. And not everyone is happy. When does security become spying? Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For mor...
Coronavirus in Germany: Bavaria on lockdown, is Berlin next? | DW News
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So far Germany has held back on introducing a nationwide lockdown in response to the coronavirus outbreak. But numerous individual states have been tightening restrictions on public life in an attempt to stop the virus's spread. Now the states of Saarland and Bavaria have ordered that people be confined to their homes. In Berlin authorities have as yet taken a less stringent approach to public ...
Coronavirus: Bogota conducts quarantine drill ahead of Colombia lockdown | DW News
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Colombia's President Ivan Duque Marquez has ordered the country into lockdown starting March 24. The nationwide quarantine will last until April 13th. But in the capital Bogota, residents are already getting a taste of extreme social distancing. The city is currently carrying out a test run - ahead of the looming quarantine. Officials hope it can help them and the public prepare for what's ahea...
Coronavirus: China on the mend helps world heal | DW News
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China has reported no locally transmitted coronavirus cases for the third consecutive day. The WHO says the city of Wuhan, where the outbreak began, now provides hope for the rest of the world. China did report 41 new cases of the virus imported from overseas. The new infections came mainly through students and expatriates who returned in recent days from the United States and Europe. The new c...
Coronavirus update: Italy death toll surges with peak nowhere in sight | DW News
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Italy has recorded a staggering rise in the number of deaths from the coronavirus with 627 people dying there on Friday. It's the biggest single-day increase registered anywhere since the pandemic began. Italy is now the worst affected country, with more than 4,000 lives lost to the virus so far. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW o...
Coronavirus death toll in UK rising faster than in Italy | DW News
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the closure of all UK pubs, restaurants, cinemas and gyms as part of coronavirus containment measures. Britain has almost 4,000 confirmed cases. But the real number could be much higher as testing has been limited. Government scientists say the virus is spreading quickly across London and many people have ignored advice to stay home. Subscribe:...
Coronavirus: What's happening across the world - correspondents report | DW News
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As life as we know it grinds to a halt, from large metropolises to tiny villages, we asked our correspondents to share their personal impressions. How do differnt countries cope with coronavirus and how do locals feel about it. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: deutschewellenews/ ►Twitter: t...
Coronavirus global death toll surpasses 10,000 +++ California on lockdown | DW News
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More than 10,000 people have died from the coronavirus outbreak, according to the latest figures. The majority of those deaths are no longer in China, where the virus was first detected, but in Italy. Almost 3,500 people have now died from the virus there and infections in the country have surged past 41,000. Across the globe, California has now imposed a state-wide lockdown. The announcement i...
India executes four men convicted of gang rape | DW News
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Four men were hanged at Tihar Jail in the Indian capital, New Delhi, on Friday for the brutal gang rape and murder of a woman in 2012, an official confirmed. The men had delayed their execution four times after their conviction for raping and murdering a woman on a New Delhi bus in 2012. The so called Nirbhaya case sparked a debate over capital punishment and women's safety in India. Subscribe:...
Coronavirus: How should we handle this crisis? | To the point
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Coronavirus is drastically affecting daily life, with restrictions on travel, cultural institutions closed and social contact limited. What will we see more of? Solidarity or selfishness? Our guests from DW: Kate Ferguson, Barbara Mohr, Thomas Sparrow Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: deutsc...
How will the Coronavirus change global politics? | DW Analysis
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The Coronavirus is sweeping around the world. It’s a global emergency like we’ve never seen before. Europe now has become epicentre of the Corona crisis. Italy is ground zero, and its healthcare system is buckling under the pressure. Scenes like this could come soon in Spain, France and Germany too. And European leaders are warning it could get much, much worse. And the US isn’t far behind, alt...
Coronavirus update: Infections in Europe continue to surge | DW News
Views 552K11 days ago
Europe has surpassed China in its number of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths from the disease. Europe’s total of more than 85,000 infections exceeds China’s 80,900. Europe has also reported just under 4,000 deaths from Covid19, compared with about 3,200 in China. Deaths from the coronavirus across Spain have surged 30% in the past 24 hours. Italy plans to extend its nationwide lockdown an...
Coronavirus: Will US partisan divide increase the damage? | DW News
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As the world enacts ever stricter measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the challenge in some countries is to get their citizens on board about the threat of the pandemic. In the United States, that challenge is amplified by the political divide between Democrats and Republicans. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on socia...
Coronavirus Update: Italy reports record death toll +++ Zero new domestic cases in China | DW News
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Italy has reported the highest one-day death toll from Coronavirus than any other country. Officials said nearly 500 people died on Wednesday. Videos posted on social media are said to show military trucks in the city of Bergamo preparing to transport the dead to nearby cities. Mortuaries and crematoriums in Bergamo have run out of space. Medical teams from China have arrived to help authoritie...
Coronavirus update: Countries around the world impose stricter measures | DW News
Views 459K12 days ago
Europe is the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. Travel into Europe, the current epicenter of the coroanvirus pandemic, is being severely restricted. European Union leaders have agreed on a 30-day ban on travellers entering the bloc. The decision will affect most non-citizens and non-residents of the European Union - with some exceptions. It will be up to each member state to implement the ...
Solidarity in the time of Coronavirus | DW News
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As the coronavirus keeps spreading, more and more people are showing solidarity by offering to help the elderly or deliver food to exhausted medical staff. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: deutschewellenews/ ►Twitter: dwnews ►Instagram: dw_stories Für Videos in de...
Coronavirus update: Europe starts closing down borders | DW News
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Travel into Europe, the current epicenter of the coroanvirus pandemic, is being severely restricted. European Union leaders have agreed on a 30-day ban on travellers entering the bloc. The decision will affect most non-citizens and non-residents of the European Union - with some exceptions. It will be up to each member state to implement the new regulations. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said...
Coronavirus update: Germany raises threat level to 'high' | DW News
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The Robert Koch Institute has changed its COVID-19 threat risk for Germany from "moderate" to "high." It said the pandemic and some imposed restrictions could last for two years. The RKI also warned that an increasing number of COVID-19 infections cannot be traced back to known cases. Germany currently has over 7,500 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 20 deaths. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/...
Coronavirus: How local communities support each other and keep their spirits up | DW News
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Social distancing measures are seen as key to protecting those most at risk of becoming seriously ill with Covid-19. But social distancing comes with a lot of problems, especially for people who are in need of help in their daily lives. More and more initiatives to help high-risk groups, such as the elderly, who have been advised to stay indoors have started to spring up Subscribe: clip-share.n...
Coronavirus update: Macron puts France on lockdown, UK shifts Corona strategy | DW News
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France becomes the third country in Europe to go into lockdown over coronavirus. The country is just minutes away from a nationwide lockdown. President Emmanuel Macron says the country is facing a public health war, and that it will take an all out mobilization to slow the spread of coronavirus. The virus has so far killed 148 people in France and infected more than 6,600. All citizens will be ...
Dominican Republic: Tourism killing coral reefs | Global Ideas
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The Dominican Republic is a popular destination among visitors to the Caribbean. Inconsiderate tourists, sewage and climate change have already destroyed 90% of the coral reefs there. Coral Gardens is a conservation project set up to protect them. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: deutschewe...
Coronavirus update: Stocks plunge globally | DW News
Views 125K14 days ago
Markets around the world are beginning the week with heavy losses. Germany's benchmark DAX fell 10 percent, dipping below the 9,000 mark for the first time since 2016. On Wall Street, the coronavirus continued to dash traders' hopes of a turnaround. The Dow Jones went down an enormous 9.7 percent. Trading on the S&P 500 was suspended after a 9 percent fall. Worldwide shares have tumbled due to ...
Coronavirus update: Will border closings help curb the spread? | DW News
Views 245K14 days ago
Europe’s open borders are beginning to close. Germany has joined a growing list of EU countries to at least partially shut out its neighbors in a bid to halt the spread of the coronavirus. The German government has announced controls on its borders with Switzerland, Austria, Denmark and Luxembourg. New restrictions are also being imposed on the French-German frontier. Meanwhile, Spain has also ...
Coronavirus update: Spain on lockdown, Germany shuts borders | DW News
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Germany joins a growing list of EU countries to at least partially shut out its neighbors. Authorities here have decided to close borders with Switzerland and Austria. That's according to German media reports. Added restrictions are also being imposed on the French-German boundary. Spain is in lockdown to control the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19. Unprecedented lockdowns and border closure...
Coronavirus precautions vary around the world | DW News
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While authorities around the world take ever more drastic measures to try to slow the spread and flatten the curve of the coronavirus, the number of cases is rising. Indonesia and other countries in Asia, such as the Philippines, have also been affected by the coronavirus outbreak. A member of the Philippines' UN delegation in New York tested positive for the virus, sending the entire delegatio...
Coronavirus leads to decrease in CO2 emissions: Can it last? | DW News
Views 120K16 days ago
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has called on campaigners to avoid mass protests against CO2 emissions and climate change as the coronavirus spreads. But she says her 'Fridays for Future' movement will organize online strikes instead. The coronavirus is having an impact on pollution in China, where the disease originated. There it led to a decrease in carbon emissions as economic activiti...
Coronavirus: What impact will it have on sports and culture? | DW News
Views 45K16 days ago
Europe is preparing for a coronavirus lockdown. Across the continent, borders are closing, sporting events are being canceled and businesses are shutting their doors as people get ready to wait out the pandemic at home. Europe's leaders see these drastic measures as the only way to stop the spread of the highly contagious disease. Italy is still the hardest hit. But beyond the human cost fears ...
How the world is trying to contain the coronavirus - latest updates | DW News
Views 203K17 days ago
School closures, quarantine and travel restrictions are all on the agenda as world leaders discuss ways to contain the coronavirus pandemic. The EU is vowing to undertake 'whatever necessary' to support the European economy. Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: deutschewellenews/ ►Twitter: twit...
How is Africa coping with the coronavirus pandemic? | DW News
Views 417K17 days ago
As the coronavirus spreads around the world at an ever increasing rate, just over a hundred cases have been confirmed in twelve African countries. A small number compared to Europe where Italy alone has currently mor than 12,000 confirmed cases. But there are concerns that a wider outbreak there would overwhelm the already fragile healthcare system. Authorities fear that Africa es espacially vu...
Coronavirus: India issues travel restrictions | DW News
Views 243K17 days ago
India is set to suspend most travel to the country in order to control the spread of the coronavirus. The government announced it will be suspending the issue of tourist visas to India beginning mid-day Friday. No new tourist or e-visas will be issued till the 15th of April. Existing tourist visas on which journeys are yet to begin stand cancelled. Foreign nationals with a compelling reason to ...
Coronavirus: Out of control? | To the point
Views 83K18 days ago
COVID-19 is causing fear around the world. Thousands have already died. Entire countries are under lockdown. The outbreak could trigger a global recession. What can be done to combat the virus? Our guests: Wiebke Hollersen (Die Welt), Malte Lehming (Tagesspiegel), Ariane Reimers (ARD) Subscribe: clip-share.net/user/deutschewelleenglish For more news go to: www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social med...
EU leaders: 'Trump's coronavirus travel ban makes no sense' | DW News
Views 121K18 days ago
The EU has criticized a decision by US President Donald Trump to ban nearly all travel from Europe to the United States. The EU commission said it was taken 'unilaterally' and 'without consultation'. The ban will last for 30 days, but excludes the UK and Ireland and a few other countries outside the Shengen passport-free travel area. Trump said the European Union had failed to act quickly enoug...
Coronavirus: WHO accuses governments of 'alarming levels of inaction' | DW News
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Comments

  • eyh8erc
    eyh8erc 9 hours ago

    1June 1 Sept more like it

  • Asteroid 2020
    Asteroid 2020 9 hours ago

    This is never going to end. Everyone should just off themselves now and make the u.n. job easier.

  • Andrew Vare
    Andrew Vare 9 hours ago

    What he wants, and what he gets will be two different things

  • ରଙ୍ଗିଲା ଟୋକା

    If the no of death is 100,000 ,I would say that Trump killed 100,000. If he wanted from the very beginning he could have saved all those life.

  • Scott Williamson
    Scott Williamson 9 hours ago

    Thank God Hillary lost!

  • azae00 Vids
    azae00 Vids 9 hours ago

    that trump guy is truly a dullard

  • Amy Tazzik
    Amy Tazzik 9 hours ago

    Good job Trump, 👍 You'r MAGA is successfully 🕵

  • Chris W.
    Chris W. 9 hours ago

    Their is at least one usable ventilator in Airforce One

  • B H
    B H 9 hours ago

    2:10 what 😓?

  • Mazequax
    Mazequax 9 hours ago

    Crocodile Dundee!

  • megaparcoffroad
    megaparcoffroad 9 hours ago

    4 months 30000 dead !

  • azae00 Vids
    azae00 Vids 9 hours ago

    wow the states really have a child as a leader.. how sad

  • God Of Thunder
    God Of Thunder 9 hours ago

    🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

  • charlie preston
    charlie preston 9 hours ago

    Prepare for mass casualties. Wear Masks.wasg hands often.

  • J Blank
    J Blank 9 hours ago

    Throwback 1999

  • Cory Carpenter
    Cory Carpenter 9 hours ago

    No mention of China & Xi lying. Time to put Xi Jinping in shackles.

  • Dayzee Pomery
    Dayzee Pomery 9 hours ago

    Someone spit on him

  • Diana Jane Capiral
    Diana Jane Capiral 9 hours ago

    Keep safe every one 🧡🌎🙏

  • Tourdo ops
    Tourdo ops 9 hours ago

    Trump was actually waiting for death of Americans. How pathetic is that! He should be charged with criminal case.

  • Dayzee Pomery
    Dayzee Pomery 9 hours ago

    Trump should get the virus

  • Sam King
    Sam King 9 hours ago

    Leaders thought war is only fought using nukes, guns, drones etc...none of them expected this war and fight an enemy we cannot see that can kill indiscriminately....everyone is in the losing end.

  • Javier Montaño
    Javier Montaño 9 hours ago

    ¡¡¡¡¡¡Thanks Donald Trump. Justice will be done at last. God bless and prosper the United States of North America !!!!!!!

  • Reef Oceania
    Reef Oceania 9 hours ago

    China should pay for all the deaths and economical destruction they’ve caused.

    • Tourdo ops
      Tourdo ops 9 hours ago

      Sorry! Your wish wont be granted

    • Tourdo ops
      Tourdo ops 9 hours ago

      LOL....with what hope and aspiration?

    • Ramon Ng
      Ramon Ng 9 hours ago

      It is originated in US, read up Maatje Benassi, patient zero

  • Valicore
    Valicore 9 hours ago

    100,000-200,000 deaths? That's a pipe dream. We'll see at least a million.

  • Philip Gibbs
    Philip Gibbs 9 hours ago

    Now USA will discover the cost of not having universal health care.

  • せん
    せん 9 hours ago

    Aussie reporter

  • robb malveda
    robb malveda 9 hours ago

    to muach Population the covid 19 take over the world read the bible and Quran Prophet Muhammad advised quarantining to contain a deadly outbreak. He said: “If you hear of an outbreak of plague in a land, do not enter it; if the plague breaks out in a place while you are in it, do not leave that place.” A timely hadith in light of COVID-19. Stay safe

  • Mr. Gigi
    Mr. Gigi 9 hours ago

    Don't worry Mr President. You are doing fine. Just look what countries with 'great' free healthcare are doing ... Just prepare to deliver food to people forced to stay home.

    • Mr. Gigi
      Mr. Gigi 9 hours ago

      @Valicore I think, South Coreea come up with their own plan, instead of listen to the WHO commies.

    • Mr. Gigi
      Mr. Gigi 9 hours ago

      @Valicore Or Europe..

    • Valicore
      Valicore 9 hours ago

      Yes, look at South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, where they're living life as normal because they got on top of this with universal healthcare.

  • JGAUVAIN
    JGAUVAIN 9 hours ago

    So nobody noticed everyone will be tracked from now on , you know that is not going away.

  • Ramon Ng
    Ramon Ng 9 hours ago

    Dont reinvent the wheel now, just do what China did They beat the virus, didnt they? Here in the Philippines, Pres. Duterte was first to order a lockdown, we are on our 3rd week, it aint fun nor easy, but it seems to be working..just follow China, unless you are too proud to do so, or you are better. Which your results now clearly show

    • Philip Gibbs
      Philip Gibbs 9 hours ago

      Ramon Ng Did China beat the virus or are they lying. Nah.......China wouldn’t lie.

  • George L
    George L 9 hours ago

    People can worry of prolonged social distancing and loss of jobs... But it is up to country leadership to ensure saving lives come first... Not in terms of hundreds but many many thousands....

  • Heffy Tomad
    Heffy Tomad 9 hours ago

    The death rate is below .02 percent.....so a bad flu season?

  • Theresa Prentice
    Theresa Prentice 10 hours ago

    If you speak (predict) speak something in to existence it will happen. (Now stop it.) 2000.00 will not die, in our country I do not clam that for our country. Our country will recover. In Jesus name I clam life not death . I chose to speak life not death. Our Heavenly Father is putting all of us on hold and asking those who believe will you trust me? Will you trust me? Peace be still. And know that I am God. (BE STILL). Be still, be still.

  • Saeed ahmed yusuf
    Saeed ahmed yusuf 10 hours ago

    Iraqi and Libya, American illusion war for supremacy, Iraq's and Libyans death millions and still counting

  • Octavio Moreno
    Octavio Moreno 10 hours ago

    No more islam in Europe.

  • Brainstorming Plus
    Brainstorming Plus 10 hours ago

    What an unbelievable human being he is! No one and "nothing" spins more than him (his mind)! What "a very stable genius."

  • off stage
    off stage 10 hours ago

    Why are you lying about what Trump said? Your scummy fraudcasters The medial suppliers said that something is wrong with the numbers of masks. Trump said he wants to know where they are going. You media make me sick and you could tell the story of Newyork city's stockpiles of venterlators. Your evil.

  • my fluffy persian cat هلا Noora 77 jojo ._.

    HEY CHANGE YOU TONE WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMP (THIS IS TO THIS REPORTER ON VIDEO )STOP YOUR SARCASM WHO ARE YOU TO TALK ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMP LIKE THAT ??? ARE YOU EINSTEIN ? HE SHOULD BE SAYING POSITIVE THING TO PEOPLE TO KEEP THEIR INSPIRED UP .WE DONT LIKE THE WAY YOU ASK QUESTION OR MAKE COMMENT SINCE YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE OK

  • neejoy sola
    neejoy sola 10 hours ago

    surviving on frozen and canned foods? No. But I bet it is way better gasping for breath wondering if this maybe the last or watching my loved ones die.

  • Jeric Lester
    Jeric Lester 10 hours ago

    trump is so precise in his projection or is it prediction... first he said by easter things will be okay... now it's on june 1st... maybe he's in direct contact with coronavirus maker😂😂😂

  • Rise up
    Rise up 10 hours ago

    Who the experts in terrorism?

  • Ash Perry
    Ash Perry 10 hours ago

    Elizabeth Holmes entered the chat

  • soniya Sharma
    soniya Sharma 10 hours ago

    Please lockdown

  • soniya Sharma
    soniya Sharma 10 hours ago

    Please lockdown good

  • Kim Jong Un The Great Leader

    Well............I still don't Care

  • furzkram
    furzkram 10 hours ago

    Trump has a strategy? That would be new.

  • Joe Izmir
    Joe Izmir 10 hours ago

    Please don't go...Kickboxing is a skill that's really needed here.. ROFLMAO

  • kianhoc li m
    kianhoc li m 10 hours ago

    Ironically, how the west & most of their media behave during the recent Hkg protests, got the Chinese population more united & able to fend off better, all large natural or manmade disasters . Western Media can talk & twist..think deeper. There's always bureacratic problem in any country. Just look at what is happening to developed block.. what's the acceptable delay due to bureacracy. 3mths like in US.? Talking abt Taiwan & how good they're in controlling the spread. U shud know, the Chinese rekatives & friends from both side, even SKorea & Japan, are talking daily & telling each other the virus situation & what to do abt it.

    • kianhoc li m
      kianhoc li m 10 hours ago

      Listening to most main media, i think there may be a time, when social media is more important than corporate ones.

  • YTDekus
    YTDekus 10 hours ago

    Such a difference between when he's talking random gibberish on his own and when he's reading what someone else has written.

  • media keeper
    media keeper 10 hours ago

    منگو جس کے گھر جاتا ہے وہاں جوانوں کو مراد سعید ان کے باپ کو مانیکا اور گھر کی عورتوں کو سیتاوائٹ بنا کر ٹیریاں جیسے شاہکار تحفے دیتا ھے عمران منگو نے جھوٹے پروپیگنڈے کے لئے ٹائیگرز فورس بنائی ہے تاکہ لوگ اس کی چوری فارن فنڈنگ کیس پشاور میٹرو بلین ٹری مالم جبہ گندم چینی ماسک اور کرونا وائرس ٹیسٹ کٹ پر دھیان نہ دیں لوگو اپنا ٹیسٹ شوکت خانم ہسپتال سے کرائیں تاکہ منگو کا مکروہ چہرہ بے نقاب ھو شوکت خانم ہسپتال فری ٹیسٹ کٹ لیکر عوام سے ایک ٹیسٹ کے 9700روپیے وصول کر رھا ھے پہلی حکومت کینسر کے مریضوں کو فری ادویات فراہم کرتی تھی کتے نے وہ بھی بند کر دی ھیں یہ صرف بھونکنے والے کتے ھیں اس کے لالچ کا اندازہ اس بات سے لگائے اپنی ماں کی وفات پر بھی کاونٹی کھیل رھا تھا یہ اپنے باپ کو مارنے والا شیطان ھے اس شیطان کے بارے میں جاننا چاہتے ہیں تو حفیظ اللہ نیازی کا انٹرویو جیو نیوز میں مل جائے گا اس نے جھوٹے حلف نامہ سے حکومت پنجاب سے پلاٹ لیا حالانکہ اس کے پاس لندن میں فلیٹ اور زمان پارک میں گھر تھا بنی گالہ جعلی این او سی سپریم کورٹ کے رکارڈ میں موجود ہے یہ قوم کو کیا دے گا ڈیم فنڈ کی چوری سب کو معلوم ھے

  • Yurigan Smith
    Yurigan Smith 10 hours ago

    Good to here that Japan finally expands entry ban. Unfortunately their infections rates are still climbing, although on a much lower level than any western country. Also they should expand testing inside Japan - as far as I know this is not going as well as it's supposed to do. Take care, Japan.

  • Yes Yes
    Yes Yes 10 hours ago

    Gone with China they are almost always the source of Pandemics because of their unhealthy wat of eating every animal they see... UN should make sure their “wet markets” are gone!!

  • Matthys
    Matthys 10 hours ago

    She is in Cape Town? Hahaha germans.

  • Sam Afgan
    Sam Afgan 10 hours ago

    Way more than 200 thousand could die if we had all packed in churches on Sunday....

  • đźĥωãř N.Z
    đźĥωãř N.Z 10 hours ago

    bad news 😭😭😭

  • Kawal
    Kawal 10 hours ago

    The reason to kill the virus at home or hospital is perhaps simple!! Drink hot water, tea 4 times a day. Hot milk too once a day. Take steam through tube 4 times a day is most effective. No ice cubes! That's all. Personally I would say maintain summer room temperature above 26 degree Celsius.

  • the travelling krankenschwester

    God bless Germany 🙏🇩🇪 may all countries have lesser mortality as well 😂

  • koreishite
    koreishite 10 hours ago

    At the utmost there would be 40000 deaths in the US.Though any more death is an enough death.

    • Cloud Nine
      Cloud Nine 10 hours ago

      koreishite < yes. qmap.pub

  • Mrityunjaya Hiremath
    Mrityunjaya Hiremath 10 hours ago

    Do-Lund Trump

  • Tolo Tonga
    Tolo Tonga 10 hours ago

    Covid gonna sprint through the slums

  • certified virologist
    certified virologist 10 hours ago

    Long live God king trump . 1 million deaths coming the rest of the world will lose 1 billion

    • Cloud Nine
      Cloud Nine 10 hours ago

      certified virologist < the virus will not be that bad. qmap.pub

  • nemeczek67
    nemeczek67 10 hours ago

    Trump understands compound interest, so why doesn't he understand exponential functions?

    • Cloud Nine
      Cloud Nine 10 hours ago

      nemeczek67 < epidemiological models will be wrong because their assumptions are wrong. The same with climate change models (the assumptions are wrong). qmap.pub

  • shawn page
    shawn page 10 hours ago

    Money is their priority not you, good luck Americans!

  • Cloud Nine
    Cloud Nine 10 hours ago

    The main stream news is not reporting on the biggest story of the last hundred years: that Trump and the patriots just nationalized the allegedly evil central bank system. qmap.pub

  • Jia love Pondara
    Jia love Pondara 10 hours ago

    Stay home to avoid that virus guys... God will help us... All over the world getting worst

  • themarbleking
    themarbleking 10 hours ago

    Isn’t there there some way we can destroy that rogue state? I can see half the world fighting it in the same way we fought Germany.they are out of control and just about to get worse now the world is realising it is not one tenth as rich as it says it is! Is it the most corrupt country in the world? Undoubtedly. Is it the most corrupt country in history? Possibly.

  • Charles T
    Charles T 10 hours ago

    TRUMP 2020

  • Teresa Nelson
    Teresa Nelson 10 hours ago

    NY system is messed up!

  • Guli Parpieva
    Guli Parpieva 10 hours ago

    he is right what you think everybody are like angel clean heart... of course people not always think about their own family safety first..? thats why some people do steal some..!!

  • array s
    array s 10 hours ago

    It's good that he finally concended to the reality no matter how grim it is.

    • Ares Walker
      Ares Walker 9 hours ago

      Finally, it just took the safe prediction of at least 100k-200k death

  • Travollic
    Travollic 10 hours ago

    US need for ONCE take this issue very seriously. Even a small country like Malaysia with 2500 cases and 37 deaths, extended the isolation and closure non-essential businesses until mid of April.

    • Megan Larson
      Megan Larson 10 hours ago

      Travollic most of us take it very seriously. It’s the guy in charge and all of his sheep who don’t listen. Makes me so upset.

  • David-Joe Klotz
    David-Joe Klotz 10 hours ago

    Stop your bias reporting. He basis aspirations based on mathematical models. It's not expectations

  • cenk atalan
    cenk atalan 10 hours ago

    Multiply his number by 5, to reach the truth. IMO.

    • ab lam
      ab lam 10 hours ago

      That's what medics say

  • Douglas Schoen
    Douglas Schoen 10 hours ago

    Pathetic reporting

  • Ocean clock Sky
    Ocean clock Sky 10 hours ago

    I think like Boris Johnson Trump have virus

    • Gazza Boo
      Gazza Boo 10 hours ago

      Trump is a virus.

    • ab lam
      ab lam 10 hours ago

      Maybe vaccine too

  • Flat Earth Revolution
    Flat Earth Revolution 10 hours ago

    They are lying

  • - enjoy this picture of a sexy squidward

    Everyone needs a break at one point Even the planet

  • S Smart
    S Smart 10 hours ago

    The UK is part of China!

  • Carlito Carlito
    Carlito Carlito 10 hours ago

    Trump virus

  • boxertest
    boxertest 10 hours ago

    Don't listen anyone who isn't a Doctor or Scientist especially the US leader

  • Prince Odonmah John
    Prince Odonmah John 10 hours ago

    Why Italy government's invite China doctor's to their country, l don't trust China people.

  • Ramesh Ram
    Ramesh Ram 10 hours ago

    Another Fair Dinkum Aussie newsreader in DW

  • Angelyn Autentico
    Angelyn Autentico 10 hours ago

    How many people infected by corona virus in US?

    • Stillmagic
      Stillmagic 9 hours ago

      @Razian Amira June? Thought it was peaking in weeks to come?

    • Razian Amira
      Razian Amira 10 hours ago

      Currently 145k with 2500 deaths. Expected to hit peak in June.

  • Romey
    Romey 10 hours ago

    He act too late that’s what happens when you only think about the economic crisis

    • Cloud Nine
      Cloud Nine 10 hours ago

      Romey < the economic crisis is more serious than the virus. qmap.pub

  • Penguin Overlord
    Penguin Overlord 10 hours ago

    What news organization gets their info from Reuters

  • ab lam
    ab lam 10 hours ago

    Nothing could be worse for bs wartime sleeping president. 200,000 deaths is great job for America deadly Great Again. Jail him for the deaths

  • PyroRomancer
    PyroRomancer 10 hours ago

    From December to late March, WHO has been regurgitating "do not restrict travel do not enact travel bans" from their CCP overlords. Who's really to blame? This is biological warfar

    • array s
      array s 10 hours ago

      Travel bans from where? Italy got it from Germany. Is it possible to restrict travel for 123 countries in the world? Simpleton like you love to think total lockdown is like youre closing your home's door. It's far far far more complicated than that.

  • ravinder
    ravinder 10 hours ago

    Halogens light's from to up up not air filters detols for 10 m 5 mintses sterli. .......

  • alex carter
    alex carter 10 hours ago

    The US is fighting it, Donald Dump is just doing the usual, watching Faux News and taking enormous dumps in his gold plated toilet.

  • ab lam
    ab lam 10 hours ago

    Good lesson for inaction Herd Immunity killing experiment. Hiding infection number shutting professional mouths, no testing tracing containment implies no case no infection no action required no responsibility to cover up mess up important tracing information

  • Jeffry Syam
    Jeffry Syam 10 hours ago

    1:09 As she is staring blankly, I believe she almost said "Strategy? What strategy?"

  • ravinder
    ravinder 10 hours ago

    33 1 250 *C. .........

  • minyaksayur
    minyaksayur 10 hours ago

    100k-200k death... this is what under control looks like? is he joking? Stay home people.

  • ravinder
    ravinder 10 hours ago

    Whats wouldn't happens if you don't drink liquid w water s . .......

  • Hassan Hussain
    Hassan Hussain 10 hours ago

    US inflicted gratutous war on Afghanistan now face the Devine's wrath. Iraq Leebya and so disrupted havoced humiliated by US by making lame excuses.

  • Augustus Mars
    Augustus Mars 10 hours ago

    So let me get this straight. The German people has went through need, hunger, diseases, oppression of the church, two gigantic wars, nazism and communism. And now uncontrolled immigration is allowed. People coming from poor places who come to Germany and want to enjoy the fruit of german labour? If I were German, I would cause some real trouble.

  • Walid
    Walid 10 hours ago

    so is it 200,00 or 100,000 deaths, im confused between the title and the correspondent

    • array s
      array s 10 hours ago

      They estimated between 100.000 to 200.000 deaths.

  • Stewart Professional Services

    Phase one sounding the alarm. Hey Earth, we get it. Scary, nervous kids check🤗 school break done in places that love you..rural are easy. harvest time!, aw man!! For the Earth kid. Whatever man the phone please. Actually more useful. The school is on my phone....grown ups!!! Everywhere! And the spice flows. Dune lore

  • Peter Solar channel
    Peter Solar channel 10 hours ago

    In Italy they're starving ,not singing anymore. First longterm signs of this crisis appear.

    • Ares Walker
      Ares Walker 9 hours ago

      Italian here, we would be ok if northern European countries started to open their eyes and vote for EU to give real economic helps to European countries affected by coronavirus, so that our president could give us the money needed to buy groceries and to keep paying bills. It's not just about people working without contracts (a nero as some people have said) but all the independent workers and businesspeople too. Now, the only people getting paid are those who can smart work from home or are employed. We need liquidity before people have to choose between starving their families and ask money to mafia

    • Dio Brando
      Dio Brando 9 hours ago

      Italians can't starve they have pasta!!! Best long term shelve food.

    • Action Yuri
      Action Yuri 9 hours ago

      In italy, I'm not starving, hope no one is, please stay safe you all

    • Loredana Tagliaferri
      Loredana Tagliaferri 9 hours ago

      Not "in Italy", only in some places in the south, mainly because as many work off the books they cant file for welfare payment

    • - anne
      - anne 9 hours ago

      I’m Italian and we’re definitely not starving, yeah south Italy has problems but it always had them

  • pakstar27
    pakstar27 10 hours ago

    Silence over Kashmir and Ghaza lockdown has caused lock down of whole world. Its time we give people of Kashmir and Palestine dignity they deserve.