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New measures imposed to curb coronavirus cases in Italy have led to outcry from business owners and demonstrations on the streets.
Biden was outlining a plan to combat COVID-19 in which he also said he would ask Congress to pass a major finance bill to fight the virus.
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As Belgium, Italy, and Portugal continue to record high numbers of the new coronavirus, pressure on health services is also increasing.
Testing has for now been rolled out to 90 wastewater treatment sites in the UK, covering just under a quarter of the population in England.
But if you haven't got €90-€160 for a private coronavirus test, getting one in the public system is becoming increasingly difficult.
Bucharest has closed schools, indoor restaurants, cafes, theatres and cinemas for two weeks and made mask-wearing mandatory in all public spaces.
Protesters, brandishing placards reading "Boris is barred", "Cancel the curfew" and "Let us serve cake", called for more clarity and consistency from the government.
'Firebreak' lockdown announced in Wales until November 9 in effort to halt spread of coronavirus
Dozens of people gathered in Prague's Old Town Square on Sunday for an outdoor Catholic mass, due to coronavirus rules limiting numbers allowed inside.