The death toll from COVID-19 is about to surpass one million people around the world. And there are fears that a second wave is just around the corner. To discuss the impact of the coronavirus in the U.S. and around the world, tonight's panels include Dr. William Moss, Executive Director at International Vaccine Access Center; Dr. Calvin Sun, emergency room physician and a professor in emergency medicine, Dr. Bharat Pankhania, Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Exeter and an expert on communicable disease control and Maria Paula Carvalho is a journalist and author.
South Korea is introducing new restrictions to try and stem a third wave of coronavirus infections as winter starts.
Daily infections have topped 300 for much of the last week, and officials fear they could rise further.
Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Seoul. "It's every single Victorian that's defeated the second wave. It's not the government or people who work for the government."
In Australia, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has praised Victorians for defeating the second wave of COVID-19. As of September, Canada has been struggling to contain a second wave of coronavirus infections that have taken a grim toll on its population and hit its economy hard. As pandemic fatigue sets in, the country's leader warns of a tough winter ahead. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, ministers and public health officials provide update on COVID-19