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As governments scramble to buy the masks and ventilators they need to fight the coronavirus pandemic, companies trying to keep up with demand are facing logistical challenges.
“Things are getting slowly much much better. I believe Italy needs at least two more weeks of lockdown and then we will see,” Italy’s deputy health minister tells Euronews.
Guterres warns the pandemic will cause social and economic unrest, while President Trump says Americans must brace for unprecedented hardship.
Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield is spending lockdown searching for a better test for COVID-19, rewiring his stove, and talking to Euronews about what isolation means - and how to deal with it.
The Greek state broadcaster ERT has started offering lessons on television for children kept out of class because of the coronavirus lockdown.
The abundance of green areas in my neighbourhood has made 'quarantine' more bearable, says Alessio Dell'Anna, a journalist based in Milan.
Spain is among the countries worst hit by the coronavirus crisis, but the number of patients recovering from COVID-19 far outnumbers the casualties. Among them are thousands of hospital workers now returning to the frontline to fight the pandemic.
Vienna's Plague Column, erected after the Great Plague of 1679, has become a site of pilgrimage as the country battles the COVID-19 pandemic.
You’re finding self-isolation hard? Some parents are now being separated from their babies immediately after birth.
The law will allow Hungary's government to pass legislation without parliamentary scrutiny and impose five-year jail terms on those accused of spreading fake news about the virus.
With a third of the world's population living in lockdown pollution levels have plummeted, but experts say it will have little effect on the climate crisis.
After the world's biggest nuclear accident Euronews talks to the people who decided to return to their homes despite the radiation risk
Relatives of COVID-19 patients in Spain are barred from visiting them in hospital. The ban extends to funerals as well.
Some towns in Italy are running out of space to store coffins as the sheer volume of COVID-19 deaths overwhelms morgues and funeral services.