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Black Friday: Are buying habits across Europe different this year?
As retail stores remain closed throughout Europe and many people are housebound, consumer trends have shifted this Black Friday.
Germany passes one million COVID-19 cases
Germany will extend its restrictions until early January, Angela Merkel announced on Wednesday evening.
Brussels decorates its Christmas tree as famous Paris avenue is lit up
The countdown to Christmas is underway in European capitals Brussels and Paris.
France to continue coronavirus lockdown while easing some restrictions
French President Emmanuel Macron is likely to allow some businesses to reopen while prolonging restrictions on travel, a government spokesman said.
Europe accounted for half of the world's COVID-19 infections last week
The World Health Organization said Wednesday that out of four million new cases last week, 46% were reported from the continent.
Which countries in Europe are experiencing a second wave of COVID-19?
There is much talk of a second wave of coronavirus in Europe. But what does the data tell us?
Sweden introduces tougher measures to curb rising coronavirus cases
Sweden is introducing new local and national measures to reduce the increasing burden on its health care system.
Opera star sings US national anthem from his window to toast Biden win
Senechal rose to fame on social media during France's first coronavirus lockdown after uploading clips of himself singing to his neighbours.
France's intensive care units near full as infections hit record high
Meanwhile Paris enforced additional restrictions for take-away and delivery services.
London enjoys last night out before latest lockdown
Pubs and bars are set to close for a month as part of a national coronavirus lockdown that began on Thursday.
Oxford Street’s Christmas lights go on display early in London
They are normally switched on by a celebrity in front of huge crowds but social distancing restrictions forced organisers to shelve the event this year, as the coronavirus pandemic rages in the United Kingdom.
Coronavirus: Slovakia starts testing entire population
The eastern European country of 5.5 million aims to become the first nation to test its entire adult population. Like the rest of the Old Continent, it is currently experiencing a second wave of the deadly virus.
European holidaymakers to blame for COVID second wave: health expert
"Anybody who drives down the motorways in France in August will see the lines of Dutch caravans moving south, almost like a migration of animals in Africa," Martin McKee, Professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, tells Euronews.
Coronavirus: Belgian hospitals could reach ICU limit within 15 days
The capacity of the country's intensive care units could be reached in the next two weeks, according to Belgium's interfederal COVID-19 spokesperson, Yves Van Laethem.
France registers a record 30,000 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours
Prime Minister Jean Castex made the revelation on Twitter, calling on French citizens to understand the seriousness of the situation.
Northern Ireland introduces four-week 'circuit-breaker' lockdown
Northern Ireland is the first region of the UK to re-introduce strict measures similar to those imposed close to the first peak of the pandemic in March.
Herd immunity 'not an option' warns WHO as cases continue to spike
The WHO Director-General addressed the idea of allowing coronavirus to spread through populations to achieve herd immunity, calling it "scientifically and ethically problematic"
COVID-19 could survive on surfaces for up to 28 days, researchers say
The virus that causes COVID-19 could stay on surfaces such as banknotes and mobile phones for up to 28 days, researchers in Australia have found.
Warning Germany could see 10,000 cases a day amid COVID-19 spike
Germany on Thursday recorded its highest daily number of reported COVID-19 cases since late March and early April.
Italy makes masks mandatory outdoors as it extends state of emergency
Italy has one of the lowest per capita infection rate of coronavirus in Europe, but as one of the earliest countries hit hard by the pandemic, the government is keen to avoid a further rise in cases.
Why Italy is now seeing fewer COVID-19 cases than its neighbours
“Everyone remembers those images of coffins being taken away,” said Gloria Taliani, professor of infectious diseases at La Sapienza University of Rome.
Police put end to march against coronavirus restrictions in Munich
Police had tried to ban the march but the city court allowed it to go ahead with a limit of 1,000 participants — authorities estimated 3,000 turned up.
Finland is stockpiling paracetamol over fears of a second wave
The country reported nearly 300 new cases since the beginning of August.
Coronavirus: Malta closes all bars and nightclubs
The country joins Italy and Spain in shutting entertainment venues. #coronavirus
Ryanair slashes 20% of flights amid second coronavirus wave in Europe
France, Sweden, Spain and Ireland will all be affected.
COVID-19: Italy closes nightclubs, vacationers blamed for second wave
At least 25% of the new COVID-19 cases in Italy are being recorded among travellers or foreign residents.