"Nothing replaces the loss of a loved one, but we want to do everything that we can to support families who are dealing with this grief," Britain's Health Secretary announced on Monday.
Data from five European countries shows that between 42 and 57 percent of deaths related to COVID-19 have so far occurred in nursing homes.
The island of Ireland is a divided one – including when it comes to tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
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“Things are getting slowly much much better. I believe Italy needs at least two more weeks of lockdown and then we will see,” Italy’s deputy health minister tells Euronews.
Spain is among the countries worst hit by the coronavirus crisis, but the number of patients recovering from COVID-19 far outnumbers the casualties. Among them are thousands of hospital workers now returning to the frontline to fight the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is proving to be the greatest challenge to European Union in modern times - a test it cannot afford to fail.
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Dutch authorities received 1.3 million face masks from China on March 21 but found upon inspection that "the quality of the shipment did not meet quality criteria".
All non-essential workers are confined to their homes from Monday as Spanish authorities seek to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
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The Belgian government is suspending classes, shutting bars, restaurants and shops in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus. The measures start midnight Friday until April 3. They mark some of the strictest measures outside of Italy.
"I am maybe a little tired because I don't sleep a lot because I have four kids ... they exhaust me more than the virus I think," says a French doctor with COVID-19.
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As fears of contagion grow, points of entry are the focus for many national government, implementing prevention tactics.
New research by the Economist Intelligence Unit has identified severe weaknesses in countries’ abilities to prevent, detect and respond to significant disease outbreaks.
Senior figures tell Euronews that pledges need to be followed with action.
The decision comes days after the World Health Organisation declared the Ebola outbreak in the country a "public health emergency of international concern".
Patients in Europe are unable to access the medicines they need, failed by an inconsistent system across the EU. A progressive plan for the future of healthcare provision across the continent is much needed.
As EU doctors and nurses leave the UK in droves and medical supplies become threatened by a 'no deal' Brexit, the stark fate facing the NHS is becoming ever clearer as approach the March Brexit deadline.
Everything is in short supply, from basic medicines to bed space, as injuries add to the overstretched system that is close to falling apart, warn doctors and UNWRA.
UK households could pay up to £2,000 more per household per year in tax
Ministry of Health spokesman Joshua Malango said the number of cases had increased to 527 from 157 recorded in January, and that deaths had doubled from four to eight.
A thick cloud of smog has been hanging over India's capital for two weeks
More than 2 million children in the war-torn country are malnourished, and almost 400,000 of them are so skeletal they require treatment to stay alive.
US President Trump labels the opioid crisis a 'national shame' but stops short of declaring a national emergency.