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France has issued more virus restrictions as the situation deteriorates in the country.
"Another three months and I don't think we'll be able to be rescued," said Tyrone Walker-Hebborn, owner of Genesis, an independent cinema in east London.
“Everyone remembers those images of coffins being taken away,” said Gloria Taliani, professor of infectious diseases at La Sapienza University of Rome.
"After restrictions were lifted, in many countries people felt that they wanted to go back to what they felt was their normal lives," said EU health chief Stella Kyriakides. "This is not possible."
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Wilmès announced that she had received a positive test result on Saturday, saying she had probably caught it from within her family circle.
It has been a seven-month break but the Greek National Opera is finally welcoming back audiences in Athens. With a number of health restrictions measures in place, the company’s singers have found an original way of convincing the public it is a safe activity.
Spain became the first in western Europe to surpass the milestone after the latest daily recorded COVID-19 cases brought the total to 1,005,295 so far.
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon accused Johnson of ignoring experts in not employing a restrictions strategy without an “extreme” measure, close to the full lockdown in spring.
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The chairman of Manchester Young Conservatives has slammed UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, telling Euronews that the Tory leader has carried out "U-turn after U-turn, incompetent move after incompetent move".
MEPs are set to debate EU measures to mitigate the social and economic impact of COVID-19.
The Day of the Dead celebration takes place once a year across Mexico as a way of welcoming those who are no longer with us.
Johnson said he had offered Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham £60 million, which he rejected as it was not enough, but will give the money to the county via councils.
After more than six months coronavirus was first identified, scientists are yet to announce a vaccine that will prevent the spread of the deadly disease. But with almost a dozen candidates in the clinical trial phase, hopes are growing for that a vaccine will be available soon.
Mayor Dan Jarvis says the decision came after virus cases doubled in local hospitals over the last ten days
The doctors said taking their clothes off was meant to symbolise a lack of protection they felt in doing their jobs.
UK PM Boris Johnson puts Manchester on the strictest tier of COVID-19 restrictions amid a row with the northern city.
Bucharest has closed schools, indoor restaurants, cafes, theatres and cinemas for two weeks and made mask-wearing mandatory in all public spaces.
The world-renowned ethologist, who devoted her life to the protection of chimpanzees, deplored our treatment of animals and their habitat.
Protesters, brandishing placards reading "Boris is barred", "Cancel the curfew" and "Let us serve cake", called for more clarity and consistency from the government.
Voters are instructed to arrive alone in their vehicles and wear face masks.