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EU needs more than 70% vaccination coverage to stop variants
COVID health pass extended to French bars despite mass protests
Australia: Thousands join anti-lockdown protests amid surging cases
Thousands of people took to the streets of cities in Australia on Saturday to protest against lockdown restrictions, amid a surge in coronavirus cases
Delta variant of COVID-19 now dominant in Europe, says WHO
The World Health Organization has said that the Delta variant of COVID-19 is now dominant in much of the European Region and has urged governments to step up vaccination programmes.
'Fooled by disinformation': Vaccine protests at Slovak parliament
Opposition politicians spoke with the crowds, who were protesting new rules exempting people who have been vaccinated against coronavirus from some restrictions.
New Zealand suspends travel bubble with Australia
UK border staff not checking COVID tests for green and amber arrivals
First positive COVID tests for athletes in Olympic Village
Two athletes have tested positive for COVID-19 in the Tokyo Olympic Village, organisers said on Sunday, sparking fears of a larger outbreak just days before kickoff.
In U-turn, UK's Johnson self-isolates after COVID-19 contact
Downing Street first said Johnson would self-isolate outside of work only but backtracked amid accusations of double standards.
France: Tens of thousands protest against COVID pass, vaccination
"Macron, no to the health dictatorship!" was among the slogans as tens of thousands took to the streets to protest new coronavirus measures.
France tightens rules for travellers from UK and several EU countries
First resident of Olympic Village tests positive for COVID
Tokyo Olympics organisers sought to reassure competitors that the event would be safe after the first Covid-19 case was confirmed in the Games Village on Saturday.
Hungary to offer citizens booster COVID-19 jabs from August 1
Eiffel Tower reopens for business after nine-month COVID hiatus
Russian culture icon Pyotr Mamonov dies with coronavirus aged 70
The rock musician died in a Moscow hospital after spending two weeks on a ventilator being treated for coronavirus.
Sluggish start to tourism season in Greece
Uncertainty over the Delta variant is blamed for the low number of visitors
Carrot or stick? Which is best at pushing Europeans to get vaccinated?
Some countries are now requiring health passes to access restaurants and travel in an effort to push citizens to get COVID-19 jabs.
Watch: France observes Bastille Day under shadow of Delta variant
France returns to its annual military parade down the Champs-Élysées after it was cancelled last year due to the pandemic.
Hungary left waiting as 12 EU states have COVID spending approved
A dozen EU countries have had their COVID recovery spending plans approved, paving the way for funds to arrive later this month.
French race for COVID jabs before restaurants require them to eat out
Dozens killed in fire on coronavirus ward in Iraqi hospital
At least 92 people were confirmed to have died in a fire at a coronavirus hospital ward in southern Iraq.
Curfews return in Spain as infections soar in young people
Catalonia and Valencia are limiting social gatherings to 10 people and restoring late-night restrictions on all activities, while Asturias banned indoor bar and restaurants operations.
Boris Johnson to press on with lifting measures despite COVID surge
The British prime minister Boris Johnson asked people to “proceed with caution” as he said lifting all remaining lockdown restrictions in England would go ahead in a week as planned, despite a sharp rise in coronavirus cases.
WHO calls on the West to donate extra vaccines to poor countries
World Health Organization officials want rich countries to give their extra coronavirus vaccine doses to poor countries that haven’t yet immunised their populations, rather than using them as boosters.
Dutch PM Rutte apologises for lifting COVID-19 restrictions too soon
COVID vaccine: Who in Europe is leading the race to herd immunity?
France's Macron to outline plans to curb Delta variant as cases spike
Emmanuel Macron is expected to announce new measures just days after lifting them as new infections fuelled by the more contagious Delta variant soar.