More than a week ago a couple from Palermo started their life in a state of complete lockdown. This is what they learned.
The Italian city's waterways are usually plied by thousands of boats.
Marina is a freelance journalist and photographer. She lives in a flat together with her boyfriend. For the past few weeks, she has kept a diary – she shares her thoughts with Euronews.
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The country decided to press ahead with nationwide municipal elections but has ordered special measures to keep people at a safe distance and to sanitise surfaces
"We cannot fight this pandemic without knowing who has it," said the director-general of WHO, urging more tests for COVID-19.
At least seven Jet2 flights turned around mid-air on the way to Spain with Madrid set to announce a coronavirus lockdown.
People in Greece's migrant camps do not have sufficient access to water and soap and need to be evacuated immediately, says MSF.
“With increasing population, with increasing environmental destruction, we are likely to see an accelerating rate of these types of outbreaks," an epidemiologist says.
The U.S. has confirmed more than 1,200 cases and 33 deaths.
A nurse in Lombardy tells Euronews that medical staff are being forced to decide who gets crucial treatment and who does not.
The director-general of the World Health Organisation (WHO) said the world wasn't ready for a pandemic.
The European Union has condemned the announcement by Donald Trump of a near ban on travel from 26 Schengen countries over coronavirus, saying it had been imposed "unilaterally and without consultation."
“Unless we’re convinced it’s uncontrollable, why (would) we call it a pandemic?” WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said this week.