One is called "the English snail", the other "the Marseille boar". Together, they are walking from Marseille to Paris, collecting thousands of discarded facemasks along the way, as well as plastic bottles and fast food waste
Staring this week local pharmacies are allowed to perform antigenic swabs or, alternatively, serological tests for a fixed cost of €22 to anyone who wants one.
France's lockdown will be lifted on Dec 15 - but bars and restaurants will stay closed for Christmas
The mix, developed by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, is to be given to people who have the infection and are at high risk.
The US is averaging 165,000 new virus cases per day, up over 70% in two weeks, according to Johns Hopkins University. Hospitalisations, deaths and the testing positivity rate are also up sharply as the nation approaches Thanksgiving.
Dr Jeffrey Lazarus was speaking to Euronews after a third vaccine claimed to have had success at fighting COVID-19 in trials.
The countdown to Christmas is underway in European capitals Brussels and Paris.
The ancient and emblematic Rastro market opened its doors again on Sunday after an eight-month coronavirus-related shutdown.
Korea’s capability to control the COVID-19 pandemic has been widely praised. South Korea’s fast turnaround on testing and analysis followed by immediate quarantine and treatment for confirmed cases was regarded as one of the best responses by countries around the world.
Demonstrators in Germany protesting coronavirus restrictions have compared themselves to resistance fighter Sophie Scholl and diarist Anne Frank, both killed by the Nazis.
World leaders at the first virtual G20 summit, hosted this year by Saudi Arabia, called for COVID-19 vaccines for all countries and globally coordinated response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce changes to the existing tiered system, putting some parts of England under tighter restrictions after the national lockdown ends on December 2.
While other the doors of theatres around the world have been closed throughout the pandemic, Madrid's Teatro Real has managed to continue performances, offering a brief respite from the reality of the pandemic.
Once infected with Coronavirus, you are unlikely to get it again for six months, according to a report from Oxford University
Around 150 London black cabs are being stored in a field outside the UK capital because of a lack of demand for rides amid the latest lockdown.
Patriarch Irinej was taken to hospital earlier in November after going to the funeral of the head of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro, Bishop Amfilohije.
As the race to release a viable coronavirus vaccine hots up, a Chinese pharmaceutical company claims to have inoculated nearly a million people against COVID-19 with so far still experimental vaccines.
A comprehensive new peer-reviewed study shows that people infected with coronavirus were infectious in the first five days, underlining the importance of track and tracing it early.
With only 2.5 million tests carried out in a country of 130 million, the pandemic is taking a psychological toll on Mexicans who face a struggle to encourage people to take precautions against the virus.