Stadium capacity will be limited, and no spitting will be allowed on the pitch.
More than one-in-six people aged 18-29 have stopped working since the onset of the pandemic, according to the UN’s International Labour Organization
The Chinese capital rushes to contain a new outbreak of COVID-19 cases seemingly linked to a food market, just as EU countries reopen their borders.
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A campaign has been launched to help tackle the rise of single-use cups from takeaway pints.
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"We just need to stop superspreading," a professor of epidemiology told Euronews. His research showed 20 per cent of cases caused 80 per cent of transmissions.
Several countries have increased the limit for contactless payments, to reduce the handling of cash and the risk of infection.
A hospital in Antwerp is using a polyglot robot to screen patients for coronavirus symptoms and make sure they’re wearing masks.
Greek hotels are reopening and international flights will resume on June 15, with passengers from 'high-risk areas' subject to coronavirus testing and quarantine rules.
Arguments are breaking out over face coverings to stop the spread of COVID-19.
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The European Commission’s proposed €750-billion coronavirus recovery fund should also help make the bloc’s economy more green and fit for the digital age, Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis tells Euronews.
The desire to ease restrictions in Italy, France and Germany is tempered by anxieties about the ongoing risk of coronavirus infection, an exclusive Euronews survey shows.
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Russia's deaths-to-infections ratio is far lower than in other countries. Doctors and activists say the number of fatalities is much higher.
It comes after Spain's lockdown was extended for a further two weeks until June 7.
Socially-distanced sunbeds, anyone? EU ministers pledge to support the bloc's key tourism industry while taking measures to prevent a second wave of coronavirus infections.
Iceland has so far managed to contain COVID-19 and boasts that its vast open landscapes are ideal for social distancing.
Tens of thousands of people in the Spanish capital are now turning to food banks and neighbourhood associations to cushion the economic blow of lockdown.
Don't dream of going to the pub just yet: Ireland is taking baby steps toward easing its coronavirus lockdown, opening up hardware stores and gardening centres and relaxing rules for outdoor exercise.
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Mayor Anne Hidalgo wants Parisians to be allowed back into the city's parks. But France's health minister has rejected the demand.
Worried about catching coronavirus? Want to get back in shape after weeks of lockdown? Many commuters in Europe are now hopping onto bikes, and city planners are making extra room for them.
In Greece, most shops can now reopen and retailers are eager to welcome customers after nearly two months of lockdown. But there's a warning: if there is a second lockdown, many businesses would never recover.
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