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As a string of COVID-19 vaccines near approval, Frankfurt Airport is preparing to transport millions of life-saving doses worldwide.
The latest data on the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus
Our data visualisations reveal how COVID-19 has evolved in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, the UK, Iran, China and the US.
Conspiracy theorists believe 5G is to blame for the rapid spread of COVID-19. Are they right?
All eyes are on Germany's R value. But what is it and why is it key in terms of when to lift lockdown?
A pan-European team of European researchers is working against the clock to develop a new SMART bio-sensor to detect and ultimately stop COVID-19.
Christmas cheer is thin on the ground this year with the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc on traditional celebrations.
15,000 jobs are at risk as Sir Phillip Green's Arcadia group faces potential collapse.
As retail stores remain closed throughout Europe and many people are housebound, consumer trends have shifted this Black Friday.
Around 2,500 Amazon workers across the country are predicted to take part in walkouts, according to the union Ver.di.
As the UK emerges from a nationwide lockdown next week, Father Christmas performers are being trained to use video conferencing.
Germany will extend its restrictions until early January, Angela Merkel announced on Wednesday evening.
England will exit its second national lockdown on December 1 and return to a multi-tier system with restrictions imposed depending on the local area's epidemiological situation.
It's been introduced into a shop in Japan to ensure customers are following COVID-19 guidelines.
Hungary and Poland's veto of the bloc's pandemic recovery fund could cause unemployment levels to explode, it's been claimed.
People travelling from the US will be required to perform a molecular or antigenic test within 48 hours before boarding and a rapid antigenic test upon arrival in Rome.
The vast majority of England will continue to face severe restrictions when the country emerges from its second full coronavirus lockdown on December 2.
It used to be all about football hooliganism and migrants. Now far-right groups in the Czech Republic are turning their focus to COVID restrictions.
Lithuanian authorities say they have detected the presence of the new coronavirus in mink at a farm in Jonava district.
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French stations ski were taken aback by Presidential Macron ruling out their reopening for Christmas, but they still hope to be able to convince the government to change its mind.
French Prime Minister Jean Castex detailed France's new virus restrictions, allowing people to travel for Christmas but keeping restaurants and ski stations closed.
A dosing error may have contributed to the "highly effective" results of the AstraZeneca and Oxford University coronavirus vaccine.