A health expert used a box of matches to show us the varying efficacy of face coverings in the fight against COVID-19.
"Cancer doesn’t care who you are," say campaigners as they urge improved cervical screening for the transgender community.
Countries preparing for a second wave of coronavirus infections have a lot to learn from what is happening in Spain, a public health expert tells Euronews.
Health workers were regularly applauded during the height of COVID-19. France has just given them a pay rise. What about in the UK?
The man, who was shot and killed by police in the US state of Michigan, had earlier stabbed a 77-year-old man in a dispute over a face mask.
The Health Ministry also reported another 500 deaths in the past 24 hours, taking total fatalities up to 23,174.
Florida has broken another US record for the highest single-day increase in coronavirus cases.
With coronavirus cases surging in Eastern European countries like Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria and Croatia, authorities are imposing new restrictions.
Authorities on Okinawa have demanded that the US military release the real number of cases at its military bases on the Japanese island, further exascerbating local tensions.
The judges ruled that the restrictions imposed in Gütersloh after an outbreak at a slaughterhouse were disproportionate and should be replaced with more targeted measures.
Health experts say it's not just the working conditions inside meatpacking plants that can increase the risk of COVID-19 outbreaks: in Germany, many of the industry's workers are migrants living in cramped communal housing.
Prosecutors are investigating how Italy’s care homes handled the coronavirus crisis, just as new clusters of infection break out across the country.
The new icons of the COVID-19 era are not singers, actors or athletes, but medical experts.
The Chinese capital rushes to contain a new outbreak of COVID-19 cases seemingly linked to a food market, just as EU countries reopen their borders.
The German Opera in Berlin has found an unusual way of bringing one of Wagner's masterpieces back to the nation while respecting social distancing measures.
La Liga resumes after a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic – and it’s all sounding a little surreal.
"We don’t actually have that answer yet:" a top WHO official says it’s not known how frequently people without symptoms of COVID-19 pass the disease on to others – a day after appearing to suggest that such spread is "very rare."
Researchers examined data from the UK Obstetric Surveillance System for pregnant women admitted to all 194 obstetric units in the UK with confirmed COVID-19 infection between 1 March and 14 April 2020.
It doesn’t sound like the kind of roller coaster anyone would like to go on – but what if to save their economies, some nations just went in and out of lockdown?
"We just need to stop superspreading," a professor of epidemiology told Euronews. His research showed 20 per cent of cases caused 80 per cent of transmissions.
in 1918, the Spanish flu claimed 50 to 100 million lives worldwide.
Though the world is affected by the coronavirus pandemic, inspiring stories still abound all around us.
The main recommendation is to save them for those people who have coronavirus symptoms or are taking care of a suspected case.
It comes after Spain's lockdown was extended for a further two weeks until June 7.
Medical detection dogs already have a successful history catching the presence of malaria and certain types of cancers in humans.
Socially-distanced sunbeds, anyone? EU ministers pledge to support the bloc's key tourism industry while taking measures to prevent a second wave of coronavirus infections.