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Sweeping new coronavirus restrictions were imposed from Sunday night, after a disaster was declared in the virus-hit Australian state.
Spain is suffering its worst tourist season ever as fears and restrictions over coronavirus prevent people from taking the risk of traveling abroad
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Dr Hans Kluge, WHO's regional director for Europe, said that "we see from reports both nationally and sub-nationally that now the spike in cases in quite a number of countries is primarily in age cohorts between 20 and 39".
Commissioner for Equality, Helena Dalli, said: "EU values and fundamental rights must be respected by Member States and state authorities."
Around 6,400 will head home — but will be redeployed back to Europe on a rotational basis — while 5,400 will be sent to countries including Italy, Belgium and Poland.
The world’s wealthiest countries are pre-ordering hundreds of millions of doses of potential vaccines – but there is no certainty any of them will effectively protect against COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic has spooked most European travellers into staying put this summer or exploring their own countries. How long might this last?
Majority of French, Germans, Italians & Spanish scrap holiday plans amid coronavirus outbreak - poll
A majority of French, German, Italians and Spanish say they have scrapped the idea of a holiday this summer amid the coronavirus outbreak, a poll by Redfield and Wilton Strategies for Euronews has found.