Tramways in Rabat are decorated with face masks, which people must wear outdoors as part of Morocco's battle against COVID-19.
"We don’t actually have that answer yet:" a top WHO official says it’s not known how frequently people without symptoms of COVID-19 pass the disease on to others – a day after appearing to suggest that such spread is "very rare."
Demand for face masks has arguably never been higher after the World Health Organization recently began recommending people wear them to guard against COVID-19.
Huge crowds in cities across the world are a strange sight after months of staying physically apart to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The Wolrd Health Organisation said it can help prevent the virus spread but stressed it must be combined with hand-hygiene and social-distancing.
With new infections slowing and no major outbreaks outside dorms, the government began easing measures Tuesday
About three flights have been coming in each week from Shanghai; Iberia has been working with two companies to keep medical supplies rolling in.
Arguments are breaking out over face coverings to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Do you wear a mask? How do you feel about people who don't?
For the deaf or hard of hearing, the see-through panel allows them to lip-read while maintaining a safe distance.
The main recommendation is to save them for those people who have coronavirus symptoms or are taking care of a suspected case.
Millions of people in France embrace relaxation in the country's lockdown rule.
Who to trust? Who to believe? Well, ultimately when in doubt European governments seem to be taking (rather sensibly) a 'better safe than sorry' approach, writes Darren McCaffrey.
To keep up with global demand for protective equipment (PPE) the World Health Organization has strategically positioned itself to reach two-thirds of the world in a few hours.
"I give supermarkets three days to prove that they did not have a secret stock of masks during the crisis!" says one senior government official.
Two men were arrested while unloading a huge amount of 'counterfeit' protective masks from a cargo near Paris. It's the largest requisition of masks since the government’s ban on their resale
The Belgian government has laid out its #Covid-19 lockdown exit strategy, which includes compulsory mask on public transport and ban of mass gatherings until September.
MPs return to work but most are attending the Commons' sessions remotely. The speaker assures those not in the Chamber won't be at a disadvantage as debates will centre on the shortage of personal protective equipment for healthcare workers.
The German city of Dresden began distributing 200,000 face masks on Monday as they became compulsory on trains, buses and in shops in the state of Saxony.
Automating the distribution of masks is aimed at reducing the workload of pharmacists and cutting the amount of contact between people.
€2.38 million euros were paid up front for masks that never arrived. Two arrests have been made in the Netherlands, and more are expected, says Interpol.
Governments are trying to secure more protective gear for health workers. In the meantime, costume designers are lending a hand.
Experts believe children are more likely to be asymptotic carriers and could be inadvertently spreading the virus.
Global officials have bemoaned a scramble for key medical supplies as countries race to buy masks and ventilators amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The US changed its guidelines on wearing masks amid concern over coronavirus transmission by people without symptoms.
As governments scramble to buy the masks and ventilators they need to fight the coronavirus pandemic, companies trying to keep up with demand are facing logistical challenges.
This event draws attention to both the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the cultural scene and the need to follow health advice.