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Socially-distanced sunbeds, anyone? EU ministers pledge to support the bloc's key tourism industry while taking measures to prevent a second wave of coronavirus infections.
There's a slight increase in the number of commuters in both London and Paris - but a marked contrast between the use of protective masks in the two capitals. Use is mandatory in Paris and there is only limited takeup in London where wearing is merely advisory.
Zoos are in the midst of a crisis that will take years to recover from even if the lockdown were to end at the beginning of June, it's been claimed.
Some French businesses have seen a mahor upturn in customers because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Drugs delivery start-up Phacil has seen a six-fold increase, while plastic goods producer Tecform has reduced its range - but doubled its operations.
Mayor Anne Hidalgo wants Parisians to be allowed back into the city's parks. But France's health minister has rejected the demand.
The Baltic states - Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia - are opening their borders to each other from Friday.
Lockdown loosening measures for England are in place from today despite criticIsms that the rules remain confusing and may endanger the lower-paid. It comes as the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer extends the furlough scheme until October.
Nurses need more support to cope mentally with the #COVID-19 pandemic, says Howard Catton, who heads up the International Council of Nurses.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's call to end what he describes as the 'non-working period' is drawing sharp criticism from his political opponents.
Putin said orders to remain at home would end this week for most of the country’s workforce – despite a record increase in new coronavirus figures.
A Paris-based based immunology expert has told Euronews he has doubts about the effectiveness of COVID-19 antibody tests and so-called immunity passports.
Near neighbours the UK and France diverge over lockdown despite a joint statement on close co-operation over COVID-19.
Economics professor James Reade has told Euronews that money and the “naked self-interest” of the UK clubs is driving the disputes over the return of the game.
UK Premier League clubs are to hold a video conference to discuss the latest plans for "Project Restart’’.
Bruno Bonnell, from Emmanuel Macron’s ruling La République En Marche, said it was a case of trying to 'find a balance'
After introducing lockdowns early, Denmark and Norway are now further easing restrictions.
Researchers based in Hong Kong say that COVID-19 infection via the eyes is a greater risk than before because it is stronger than previous coronaviruses - but hand hygiene rather than protective eyewear still remains paramount.
Social distancing rules means restaurants and cafes won't have as many tables to serve.
Josep Borrell, the European Union Minister for Foreign Affairs, has told Euronews that the COVID-19 pandemic has made health a security issue - and a more federalised approach is now called for.
Is this the Great Online Bake-off? Tens of thousands dust off their aprons and tune into the bread boffins from London. Classes so far have included step-by-step guides for doughnuts, pretzels and sourdough bread.