The rapid spread of the coronavirus in Saaremaa in March gave it one of the highest infection rates per capita in the world.
Pubs, restaurants, hairdressers, cinemas, and hotels are among the businesses that will reopen on July 4.
Cash-strapped and crying out for visitors, zoos in the UK are struggling to cope with the fallout from coronavirus lockdowns.
The new icons of the COVID-19 era are not singers, actors or athletes, but medical experts.
The Chinese capital rushes to contain a new outbreak of COVID-19 cases seemingly linked to a food market, just as EU countries reopen their borders.
Scandinavian countries have opened up their borders to each other but specifically excluded Sweden, because of its less strict approach to containing COVID-19.
Human rights advocates say coronavirus lockdowns have worsened the plight of people fleeing war, persecution and poverty by making many of them unable to lodge asylum applications.
The number of respondents who said they had “very or quite high confidence” in the government’s ability to handle COVID-19 plummeted from 63% in April to 45% in June.
Data released by eurostat shows a drop in GDP and employment across Europe - but one economist says it is too early to extrapolate trends from the numbers.
It doesn’t sound like the kind of roller coaster anyone would like to go on – but what if to save their economies, some nations just went in and out of lockdown?
Campaigners fear the easing of coronavirus lockdowns could spark a rise in exploitation, as businesses scramble to recruit low-paid workers.
"We just need to stop superspreading," a professor of epidemiology told Euronews. His research showed 20 per cent of cases caused 80 per cent of transmissions.
Surveys are beginning to shed light on the impact that the lockdowns to contain the spread of COVID-19 is having on mental health and well-being. Early findings from these surveys suggest that loneliness is a particular problem for teenagers.
Several top scientific advisers to the UK government are warning the planned easing of restrictions in England from Monday risks a further spike in coronavirus infections.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey on Dominic Cummings and European politicians who have been accused of breaking lockdown rules.
If approved, Prime Minster Pedro Sanchez said it would be the last state of emergency.
The British prime minister's 'stay alert' message has been cricitised by politicians and members of the public and caused tension with UK nations.