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What policy options do EU decision-makers have to fight the pandemic?
Over the weekend tensions flared over new pandemic restrictions. Europe's vaccination drive is reaching a critical point. So what are the options facing decision-makers to fight back against a new wave of coronavirus infections?
Noisy drivers in Ghent could have their cars confiscated
Drivers who breach noise limits in Ghent could have their vehicles confiscated. It's part of a bid to battle noise pollution in the Belgian city.
European Commission launches new department for preparing and responding to health emergencies
The European Health Emergency preparedness and Response Authority (HERA) will initially start with €30 billion in funding.
Brussels doctors to prescribe museum visits for stress
For the next three months, five public museums in the Belgian capital covering fashion to art will take part in the pilot project.
Vaccine maker BioNTech to use mRNA tech to target malaria
BioNTech says the insights it has gained from developing an mRNA vaccine against the coronavirus could help developing shots for malaria, a disease that infects millions of people every year.
One country, two wars: how Ukraine is fighting Covid-19
Seven years of war in eastern Ukraine have been marked by an escalation of conflict, a Russian military buildup at the border and a new enemy: COVID-19. We take an in-depth look at how people are surviving the pandemic on Europe's only active frontline.
One million cancer cases undiagnosed in Europe due to pandemic
The new data also showed that an estimated 100 million cancer screening tests were not performed in Europe during the pandemic, leading to later stage diagnoses and decreased overall survival.
Stuck between freedom and health, Sardinia's COVID-19 dilemma
Italy is back in lockdown as it battles another wave of COVID-19. This decision is a controversial one in Sardinia where they are successfully managing the virus.
Number of teenagers seeking psychiatric help soars amid pandemic
Youngsters being hospitalised for mental disorders, including depression and schizophrenia, have tripled in Belgium over the past year.
European software helps fight the pandemic by speeding up drug production
A European software is enabling researchers to speed up drug production by interpreting chemical compounds and molecules on a range of laboratory machines. Pharmaceutical companies working on COVID-19 vaccines use it every day.
This is Europe’s first cross-border mobile hospital
The French and Spanish Pyrenees regions get help with medical emergencies from the European project EGALURG. Its self-reliant mobile hospital also brings COVID-19 vaccine relief to rural communities.
Czech Republic imposes tightest restrictions yet amid COVID surge
More than 1,500 COVID-19 patients are occupying intensive care beds, the highest number yet recorded by the Czech healthcare system.
Brussels wants to cut the proportion of smokers in the EU to just 5%
Margaritis Schinas, vice president of the European Commission, said he wanted to create a tobacco-free generation of Europeans.
Children will be long-term casualties of pandemic, says rights group
Eurochild says lockdowns and school closures are seriously exacerbating social inequality and that children will become the long-term causalities of COVID-19.
Pope Francis cancels three more appearances after sciatica flareup
The pope will not deliver Mass, nor evening prayer, on Sunday. A meeting with diplomatic corps on Monday has also been rescheduled.
From vaccine creation to trepidation: France's struggle with anti-vaxxers
France has one of western Europe's highest rates of distrust in modern-day vaccines. On Unreported Europe we take a look at why, what anti-vaxxers have to say and what can bring sceptics rounds.
Drugs, addicts and dealers: an underworld adapting to a pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned logistics and supply-chains upside down for both legal and illicit trade. In this episode of Unreported Europe, we look at how drug addicts are getting their fix and how dealers are bypassing pandemic restrictions.
Clown doctors show laughter is the best medicine, but they need help
Some went online, others also performed in front of windows, balconies and courtyards. Europe's clown doctors even used hydraulic lifts to reach patients on the upper floors of clinics. But fundraising events to support such work has been hit by lockdowns.
Psychiatric trauma: the hidden toll of the Covid Pandemic
On the frontline with healthcare professionals seeking to tackle the psychiatric damage being caused by both the pandemic and the lockdowns it has provoked.
EU's buying of COVID vaccines 'shows value' of a future health union
In November the EU began its first steps towards building a health union among member countries.
Two-thirds of French teenagers spend too much time on screen
Two-thirds of French teenagers spend more than two hours sitting on their phones or computers and do not get enough exercise, the country's health and safety agency warned in a statement released on Monday.
Rapid tests could be 'game-changer' in EU's coronavirus response, says Michel
The European Council president Charles Michel is setting out a strategy to get Europe to coordinate its efforts in the battle against the pandemic, however, the second wave is forcing many countries to lockdown.
EU 'not prepared for next pandemic', say MEPs
MEPs from the European Parliament's committee responsible for public health have said that the EU will not be ready for another pandemic, unless more funds are put towards it.
Think of COVID-19 in bars like cigarette smoke, says expert
It comes as bars across Europe are facing new restrictions amid a fresh wave of coronavirus.
Belgian city of Leuven recognised as 'innovation hub' with EU award
While the EU has praised Leuven's model of governance, the city's mayor has said that getting citizens and stakeholders to actively participate is easier in a city of 100,000 people.
The new SMART bio-sensor aiming to stop COVID-19
A pan-European team of European researchers is working against the clock to develop a new SMART bio-sensor to detect and ultimately stop COVID-19.