Former US diplomat Matthew Bryza says US President Donald Trump can "learn something" from President Erdogan as Turkey planned ahead for the pandemic.
"Slightest neglect could lead to resuscitation of epidemic," warns Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Healthcare systems worldwide will come under an immense strain as the pandemic coincides with the upcoming flu season.
Across Europe, half of all virus-related deaths have been linked to nursing homes and in New York it amounts to a quarter of the state’s total fatalities.
When the dust from the pandemic settles, there will be a lot of people in developed economies wondering why, their systems failed them.
Amid concerns over the resurgence of coronavirus infections, the German government is committed to lifting the lockdown step by step.
Hundreds of thousands of Syrians migrated to Germany during the Syrian civil war, and many are now helping Germany overcome the deadly pandemic.
Countries will start looking inward and isolationism is likely to be a driver for both economic and foreign policy.
Turkey answered Italy's call for help to battle the pandemic, and that has opened a door.
Even though the situation appears to be under control, there are fears of a rapid coronavirus spread in Africa where most hospitals are short of equipment and trained staff.
The time to act in Africa is now, before the pandemic peaks on the continent.
The former colony of Italy sends some of its best doctors to help the world’s worst-hit coronavirus hotspot in Europe.
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