Find all of the day's most important Covid-19 news in one place.
Starting with Luxembourg
[block type="summary"]The latest figures from the Ministry of Health show that 138 new cases of coronavirus were discovered over the past 24 hours.
[block type="summary"]New Covid-19 deaths surged past 4,000 for the first time in India on Saturday in one of the world's worst outbreaks, as the pope called for patent waivers to "allow universal access to the vaccine."
- After almost seven months of a second national lockdown, a thirsty Belgium, heartland of European beer, returned gingerly to outside tables on Saturday.
- Several startups are working on developing shots centred on T cells in hopes of producing a jab that would not only provide protection against new virus strains already on the loose, but also variants that don't yet exist.
- Taking anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen does not increase the risk of developing a severe form of Covid-19 or of dying from it, according to a new study, the largest so far on this class of medicines.
- Rheinland-Pfalz aims to restart trade, gastronomy, tourism, culture & sport with brand new COVID-19 perspectives after Germany applies new regulation for states and cities with a stable incidence below 100.
- WWII resistance campaigner Sophie Scholl's image has been hijacked by protesters against coronavirus restrictions in Germany, who have often sought to compare themselves with victims of the Nazis.