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Rockettes rehearse for live Christmas show
The Radio City Rockettes dancers are busy rehearsing for their Christmas show in New York, which returns this year after being canceled last year due to the pandemic
COVID-19: Sydney exits lockdown after 106 days
Sydney has reopened after four months in lockdown, with people running to the shops and hairdressers on Monday.
French Polynesian patients transferred to Paris
Eight French Polynesian patients in intensive care from severe Covid-19 took off from Tahiti to be transferred to hospital in mainland France.
Valencia celebrates Las Fallas festival for first time since pandemic
The annual Las Fallas festival, held in Valencia for the first time since the pandemic put the tradition on hold, ends with the burning of statues -- called "fallas", and fireworks.
Eiffel Tower reopens for business after nine-month COVID hiatus
A cap of 13,000 people are allowed to visit the Parisian landmark per day - half of the number usually expected.
Crowd-free tourism: 5 apps to help you find empty beaches this summer
Wanting to escape the post-lockdown crowds? Here are the apps to help you out.
What you need to know about visiting Cyprus, the original love island
A guide to changing travel restrictions in Cyprus, and what should be on any visitor's must-see list.
Europe's 'stop-and-go' COVID strategies 'likely led to more deaths'
Five countries that opted for COVID elimination policies had fewer deaths and better economic recovery, a new study revealed.
Al fresco dining returns to Italy as COVID-19 restrictions ease
In most Italian regions, restaurants and cafes have reopened for outdoor dining. But how do Italians feel about their newfound freedoms?
Ireland encourages remote work to repopulate rural areas
The Irish government is hoping to bank on the rise of remote work to breathe new life into rural towns and villages.
UK eases COVID restrictions as much of mainland Europe fights surge
As UK nations gradually loosen measures, many continental European countries are trying to control souring cases of COVID.
This east German town is COVID-19 testing daily so tourism can reopen
Anyone wanting to visit tourist sites or hotels and restaurants in Augustusburg must register to receive a QR code, then take an antigen test on arrival.
What is a zero-COVID strategy and could it be implemented in Europe?
Some public health experts and economists say aggressively reducing COVID infections could be the only way out of the crisis.
COVID-19: Christmas Masses held in open-air or in a basketball arena
At St. Mary's church in Berlin, several services are offered so that everyone can gather in safety for Christmas mass amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Drones light up Seoul's night sky in bid to give South Koreans a boost
The drone flash mob was aimed at encouraging South Koreans amid economic difficulties and COVID-19 challenges.
Cinema’s struggle for survival amid coronavirus and Hollywood delays
"Another three months and I don't think we'll be able to be rescued," said Tyrone Walker-Hebborn, owner of Genesis, an independent cinema in east London.
Why Italy is now seeing fewer COVID-19 cases than its neighbours
“Everyone remembers those images of coffins being taken away,” said Gloria Taliani, professor of infectious diseases at La Sapienza University of Rome.
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'We're going to have to learn to live with virus,' says EU health boss
"After restrictions were lifted, in many countries people felt that they wanted to go back to what they felt was their normal lives," said EU health chief Stella Kyriakides. "This is not possible."
Here's how to properly wear your COVID-19 face mask
Treat your mask like your underwear — change it every day. Euronews spoke to an expert to see what habits you should adopt with your COVID-19 mask.
French children head back to school as infections rise
They've lost months of classroom time due to the coronavirus pandemic. With their backpacks, hand sanitizer – and for many, mandatory face coverings – millions of children have returned to their classrooms in France and Belgium.
Life after lockdown: how COVID-19 nearly destroyed French Rosé
"We lost two months of sales. Up to 50% of our usual turnover," wine producer Jean Simonet told Euronews. His domain, Château Grand Boise, relies mostly on restaurants to buy up its stock.
Mental health in lockdown: 'We lost an ingredient that makes us human'
Young women have experienced the highest levels of anxiety and depression, while single men have struggled with loneliness.
COVID-19: New Zealand sees first outbreak after 102 days
The Prime Minister has announced four confirmed cases of COVID-19 in one family from an unknown source.
Antwerp announces curfew to get COVID-19 cases under control
The northern Belgian city has seen a steep rise in infections, the new stricter measures are aimed at controlling the cases, but local businesses worry about being hit a second time by coronavirus restrictions.
English pubs forced to close as customers test positive for COVID-19
It comes just days after they reopened for the first time in more than three months.
French schools reopen as more COVID-19 restrictions lifted
Many schoolchildren in France have not stepped foot on the playground for nearly three months.