At St. Mary's church in Berlin, several services are offered so that everyone can gather in safety for Christmas mass amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The drone flash mob was aimed at encouraging South Koreans amid economic difficulties and COVID-19 challenges.
"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.
They've lost months of classroom time due to the coronavirus pandemic. With their backpacks, hand sanitizer – and for many, mandatory face coverings – millions of children have returned to their classrooms in France and Belgium.
"We lost two months of sales. Up to 50% of our usual turnover," wine producer Jean Simonet told Euronews. His domain, Château Grand Boise, relies mostly on restaurants to buy up its stock.
More than one-in-six people aged 18-29 have stopped working since the onset of the pandemic, according to the UN’s International Labour Organization
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