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Figures from Sweden's Public Health Agency show almost half of all fatalities linked to coronavirus have happened in residential homes.
Euronews hears from a mother, father and daughter all taking part in an Oxford University coronavirus vaccine trial.
We are starting to hear more about the far-reaching consequences the COVID-19 response could have on people’s mental and physical health; especially among those with long-term health conditions.
The blood test determines, via the presence of antibodies, whether a person has already had COVID-19.
Coronavirus containment measures mean many Muslims will turn to videoconference tools to connect with their loved ones as they break their daily fast.
"In this crisis, either we all sink or we all float. Spain wants everybody to float, for sure," Spain's foreign affairs minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya told Euronews.
Addiction specialists are worried that more people in the UK are placing bets while under lockdown, amid a surge in advertising for online gambling.
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 United States is the WHO's largest single donor – and governments and health experts worry that by suspending funding, it could jeopardise efforts to stop the coronavirus pandemic.
The island of Ireland is a divided one – including when it comes to tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
As governments scramble to buy the masks and ventilators they need to fight the coronavirus pandemic, companies trying to keep up with demand are facing logistical challenges.
“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.
US President Donald Trump revealed on Saturday he had been tested for COVID-19. He is awaiting the results.
New Zealand cancels mosque shooting memorial over virus fear
Wuhan's football team has been stranded in Spain for weeks with the Chinese city on lockdown over coronavirus. Now they're fleeing Spain to avoid the virus.
A new study found that less than 2.5 percent of COVID-19 cases showed symptoms within 2.2 days while 97.5 percent showed symptoms within 11.5 days.
Starting now, all children in Germany must be vaccinated against measles. Their parents can face large fines if they don't follow the new law.
There are lots of methods being used by governments and individuals to stem the spread of the coronavirus outbreak - but how many of them are actually effective?
Iranian authorities confirmed two cases of the new virus on Wednesday, the first in the country. Officials later said the two patients had died.
The language to describe the virus is adding fuel to the fires of fear that are burning in countries with confirmed cases. Phrases such as “deadly virus,” “public health emergency” and “outbreak” mirror the scripts of disaster movies rather than real life.
A global health emergency usually means more resources and reporting obligations but states do not always follow WHO's guidance
"The horse has bolted," expert Mark Eccleston-Turner said of coronavirus, as he called for WHO to declare a global health emergency to make sure all countries took the outbreak seriously.
Can we dance our way to better health and well-being? The answer is yes, according to a new study released this Monday by the UN's health body.
The Nutri-Score system was introduced in France by the Sante Publique Francais
It's not the first time the Greek government has attempted to impose a ban but enforcing it has been the problem