This 21 July 2020 video says about itself:
A study shows the new coronavirus could seriously damage the brain and central nervous system, leading to psychosis, paralysis and strokes. Researchers are calling for more extensive studies to investigate the long-term risks for Covid-19 patients.
And DW science correspondent Derrick Williams answers your questions about the state of coronavirus vaccine research.
According to research by the Dutch national health authority of 14 October 2020, 43% of Dutch people who have tested positive for coronavirus infection still go to work. Where they may infect fellow workers and others.
Some of these people may do that because they have internalised the right-wing idea that not working to increase your bosses’ profits supposedly makes one a criminal worse than a rapist or a murderer. Others will have gone to work because they were scared that otherwise their boss would sack them.