Wearing a face mask in public is mandatory in Vietnam and authorities are fining anyone who flouts the rules.
"Every day is filled with distress," says retirement home worker, Nadia.
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A public library in Lithuania is 3-D printing an attachment for doors to be opened without touching the handles
Hundreds of thousands of Shiite Muslim pilgrims visit Karbala each year. But coronavirus is hitting the number of visitors.
From Spain to Belgium, the coronavirus is forcing people into new ways of working, and the police are no different.
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Several towns in Lombardy have gone into lockdown after a sharp outbreak in northern Italy.
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Euronews spoke to infectious disease experts about the coronavirus outbreak.
Chinese authorities have suspended planes and trains in and out of the city of Wuhan and 7 neighboring cities, in an effort to control the spread of the new virus. About 25 million people are being affected by it. At least 26 people have been killed so far and over 800 confirmed cases in China.
Uptick in measles cases mostly localised around one Porto hospital where some health professionals appear to have neglected their vaccination regimes.