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Vaccine hesitancy, flouting Covid norms: What's led to Germany's ‘dramatic’ fourth wave?
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Vaccine hesitancy, flouting Covid norms: What's led to Germany's ‘dramatic’ fourth wave?

The European giant recorded 52,826 new COVID-19 cases and 29 more deaths on Wednesday, taking the total tally to 5.1 million and almost 100,000 fatalities

Germany mulls new COVID-19 measures as it records over 50,000 daily cases
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Germany mulls new COVID-19 measures as it records over 50,000 daily cases

Germany has balked at making vaccinations mandatory for certain categories of workers and has struggled to persuade more people to voluntarily get shots

In a first, Germany sees over 50,000 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours
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In a first, Germany sees over 50,000 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours

Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel described the rise in infections as ‘dramatic’ and called on regional authorities to take further steps to quell the outbreak

Gina Dal Colleto, 97-yr-old great-grandmother, becomes oldest person in Brazil to recover from coronavirus
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Gina Dal Colleto, 97-yr-old great-grandmother, becomes oldest person in Brazil to recover from coronavirus

When 97-year-old Brazilian Gina Dal Colleto was hospitalized on 1 April with coronavirus symptoms, few could have thought she would survive the deadly virus.

Donald Trump 'not concerned' about possible exposure to coronavirus after he dined with Brazilian official who tested positive
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Donald Trump 'not concerned' about possible exposure to coronavirus after he dined with Brazilian official who tested positive

US President Donald Trump on Thursday said he was not concerned about the possibility of being exposed to the coronavirus after dining last week with a Brazilian government official who has since tested positive for the disease

'More families will lose their loved ones': Boris Johnson warns people that coronavirus will spread further as UK predicts 10,000 confirmed cases
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'More families will lose their loved ones': Boris Johnson warns people that coronavirus will spread further as UK predicts 10,000 confirmed cases

Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned on Thursday that many more families would see their loved ones die from coronavirus, as the government’s chief scientific adviser said Britain likely has as many as 10,000 people infected.