A third wave of COVID-19 is sweeping Europe.
Central Europe is badly hit. Poland has tightened restrictions as cases hit record levels, while Hungary has had the world's highest infection rate.
Crosses were painted on a Prague square to protest COVID deaths in the Czech Republic, where figures are improving after restrictions paid dividends.
Estonia has the world's worst daily infection rate. Finland is proposing to lockdown key cities, including Helsinki.
In south-east Europe, Bulgaria, struggling with its vaccine rollout, has tightened restrictions as cases increase ahead of elections. Romania will go ahead with Easter celebrations despite infections surging.
Belgium is introducing new restrictions this weekend to fight rising cases. A lockdown in the Netherlands is not having the desired effect.
France is extending a partial lockdown to new areas this weekend, as doctors say more young people are dying from COVID-19.
Germans are being warned to prepare for a fresh wave. Earlier this week Angela Merkel rowed back on a plan for restrictions over Easter.
Italy is seeing infections level off after locking down parts of the country.
The vaccination-leading UK is easing its lockdown on Monday. Portugal is also taking its foot off the gas as cases drop.