Local authorities in Bournemouth have also declared a "major incident" after thousands of people were pictured on local beaches on Wednesday.
Face-masks are still compulsory in public when it's not possible to observe social distancing.
Part of the funds will cover a tutoring scheme while the rest will help the schools to "lift" their "educational outcomes" in the 2020/21 year when classes resume after the long coronavirus lockdown.
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
Company officials say the outbreak could be linked to a recent easing of travel restrictions. The new cluster of cases comes as hundreds of households in Berlin are back under quarantine after a spike in infections.
Souvenir shops and restaurants have largely reopened and the tourists are back on the gondolas, but authorities call for a more sustainable tourism model.
Despite gatherings of more than 10 people remain banned in Paris, thousands took to the streets to protest against police brutality on Saturday.
Families of COVID-19 victims claim business concerns delayed lockdowns being imposed on two Lombardy towns.
The pressure is easing in Europe but other parts of the world are in the eye of the COVID-19 storm.
This drop is almost ten times larger "than the steepest pre-COVID-19 fall". Wholesale, retail and motor trades were the worst-affected sectors.
The future was looking uncertain for the zoo, but after a wave of public support the park is re-opening its doors.
English lockdown only partially eased because COVID-19 infection rate isn't dropping quickly enough.
Russia's capital has been severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic, accounting for nearly half of the country's deaths.
The UK imposes a 14-day quarantine period for incoming travellers from Monday, but the travel industry says it will "devastate tourism"
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Norway and Denmark have yet to signal when they will let Swedish travellers in, despite opening their borders to other countries in the region.
The tracking app for coronavirus patients got more than 2,500 complaints over several allegedly unjustified fines, including one to a bed-ridden professor who hadn't left home in a year.
Before the outbreak, just one in 10 people worked from home every day. But new research has found that almost 40% of EU citizens started working from home during confinement.
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During the sixteenth century the phrase “That’s Barney Castle!” became idiomatic of a cowardly excuse after Sir George Bowes, who was steward of the Fortress, shut himself up inside it.
Boris Johnson's chief advisor Dominic Cummings has insisted he “made the right judgment” in travelling 400km from London to Durham at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.
Vets at the zoo say the births were due to the coronavirus lockdown, which stopped visitors coming and stressing out the animals.
Mayors in some of Italy's worst-hit COVID-19 regions have hit out over people not respecting social distancing now that lockdown has been eased
'People are going to die': President Jair Bolsonaro is at the centre of Brazil's worsening COVID-19 crisis.
Figures from Sweden's Public Health Agency show almost half of all fatalities linked to coronavirus have happened in residential homes.