Dave Chapelle tests positive for coronavirus










In Germany, coronavirus is proving a catalyst for a new way of talking about mortality.

A national conversation about dying has captured the radio waves and television screens. In My Perfect Funeral, a critically acclaimed new series for radio broadcaster Deutschlandfunk, interviewees describe how they want to be put six feet under:










Supply delays could threaten start of Australia’s Covid vaccine rollout

The Australian government has left states and territories in the dark about how many Pfizer vaccines Australia will receive by mid-February, as other countries face supply issues.

After national cabinet on Friday, the prime minister, Scott Morrison ,conceded Australia’s order could be affected by supply delays, and sought to manage expectations by noting the rollout would start at a “small scale”.

The national cabinet meeting was not able to agree on an increase to international arrival caps, but after the meeting the Victorian and Tasmanian governments announced a deal to allow 1,500 seasonal workers to quarantine in Tasmania before coming to work in Victoria:



















Spain ICU admissions rise by 60% in a fortnight










Japan cabinet approves bill for tougher virus measures










Tokyo Olympics: Covid putting ‘real pressure’ on Japan, says Australia PM amid cancellation rumours




























Mexico reports record cases and deaths



















Beijing launches mass testing as cases dip slightly

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