The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control called on member states to implement targeted measures as soon as possible to tackle a "worrying increase" in COVID-19 cases.
There is much talk of a second wave of coronavirus in Europe. But what does the data tell us?
The bridge divides the Puente de Vallecas neighbourhood from the rest of Madrid looks like a proper frontier. Passports and visas aren't required, but police stand on both sides to check who comes and who goes.
The app was originally set for release in May but was hit by development problems, forcing the government to U-turn and use Apple-Google software instead.
Coronavirus numbers have been on the rise in Belgium, with infections rising dramatically in the past week by 65 per cent.
Bars and restaurants in Marseille and Guadeloupe, where there are currently more than 250 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population, will have to shut from Saturday.
In France, you can be fined for both covering your face (with a burqa) and not covering your face (protecting against the spread of coronavirus).
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6,000 people from 45 countries have contacted the group with 80% of them testing positive for COVID-19 after returning from Ischgl.
New restrictive measures were imposed in the UK on Tuesday. The opposition now want the government to extend the furlough scheme due to phase out in October.
The US has recorded the highest number of coronavirus deaths and infections in the world, followed by Brazil and India.
In a live address to the nation, Boris Johnson said that he was "reluctant" to curb civil liberties to fight coronavirus but warned he would put further measures in place.
It came as Donald Trump used the virtual UN meeting to attack China over the emergence of coronavirus. China hit back at what it called "a political virus" and said Trump's accusations were "baseless".
Between 2012 and 2018 the number of drug overdose deaths among the 50-plus age group increased by 75%.
An online female travel community are beating the travel blues and forming new friendships during lockdown through a global postcard exchange.
COVAX aims to make 2 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine available by the end of next year, although rich countries are said to have reserved more than half of the world’s global capacity.
The prime minister has announced tighter restrictions and tougher fines, as the government tries to curb a surge in coronavirus cases.
Bayern Munich and Sevilla are scheduled to meet in Budapest on Thursday but Germany's public health institute deems the Hungarian capital a "high risk" area for the coronavirus.
As COVID-19 restrictions put a halt to traditional indoor performances, the almost 90-year-old opera company is embracing an open-air alternative: the drive-in.
Speaking to Euronews, renowned photographer Peter Turnley shared his thoughts on the similarities between New York and Paris during lockdown.
The chief medical and scientific advisors to the UK government warned the UK could see 50,000 coronavirus cases a day, amid a surge in cases
The total number of deaths also rose by 26 in the same 24-hour period, bringing France's death toll from coronavirus to 31,274 since March.
Infections in Europe are now higher than they were at the peak of the pandemic in March.
More than 3,000 students from Vienna University took part in the trial.
"COVID-19 has exacerbated the workload, some doctors can have up to three or four patients called in at the same time slot either by phone calls, face-to-face visits, emergencies or home care. It's crazy."
Authorities in France, Spain and the UK are looking to local measure to help fight a second surge in COVID-19 cases.