Summary of the latest key developments:
- Macron and Merkel back EU bond to raise €500 billion for Europe's COVID-19 recovery
- No plan to scrap the €698 surcharge fee migrant care workers must pay to access NHS, UK government said
Public church services in Italy resume as shops and restaurants reopen
Chinese Premier Xi Jinping insists country was transparent with information
- Latest statistics on COVID-19 infections and deaths
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US COVID-19 death toll exceeds 90,000
Acropolis reopens after two-month coronavirus shutdown
Greece has reopened the Acropolis as well as all of its outdoor archaeological sites.
Sixty days after it closed to the public, the world-famous hill is now again ready to welcome visitors from all around the world.
However, this summer will be different. Only a limited number of tourists will be allowed on the Acropolis and they will have to respect social distancing rules.
The site can host around 2,000 people at the same time and the use of masks is strongly advised.
Trump announces he's been taking hydroxychloroquine
How the English Premier League aims to resume the 2019/2020 football season
The return of Premier League football moved one step closer on Monday following a virtual meeting between clubs and shareholders.
Squads of players will now return to training on Tuesday while maintaining social distancing measures.
The decision was voted on unanimously by shareholders as the Premier League progressed with attempts to restart the 2019-20 season "when safe to do so".
France top court orders government to reopen places of worship
UN chief slams countries for ignoring WHO advice
Calling for an “end to the hubris”, Antonio Guterres said the pandemic should serve as a “wake-up call” to a world which needs to be more united in its response to crises.
By ignoring the WHO’s advice, the UN Secretary-General said the virus has spread to poorer countries where it “could have even more devastating effects”.
Calling the WHO “irreplaceable”, he insisted it needed more resources to support developing countries.
Analysis: Should children go back to school during a pandemic?
Today, Belgium joins Denmark and many others in reopening primary and secondary schools - with those strict conditions of course.
But, in other countries, rows are raging about pupils getting back to the classroom; most notably in France and England.
Shakespeare's Globe theatre warns of risk of closure
France records 131 new deaths
17,589 of the fatalities were recorded in hospitals with the remaining 10,650 were registered in care homes.