European countries and developers are turning to mobile apps to track the spread of COVID-19, but they have to be careful to comply with strict EU data protection laws.
The EU faces unprecedented challenges created by the coronavirus including emergency measures giving states sweeping powers. The Global Conversation discussed Europe's response to these issues with Věra Jourová, Vice President of the European Comm...
"The bleak outlook applies to advanced and developing economies alike. This crisis knows no boundaries. Everybody hurts," says International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.
The medical world is slowly getting to grips with the novel coronavirus, but is learning new, seemingly contradictory things about it all the time. How do experts deal with chasing the true face of the disease?
A study says the pandemic could push 8% of the world's population into poverty, prompting calls for a huge rescue package for vulnerable communities.
We'll be keeping you updated with all the latest on coronavirus in the live blog.
Around a third of all deaths from the disease in the country have come from within retirement communities.
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Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been designated to take over while the prime minister is in hospital, but the formal rules are unclear.
Makeshift masks may be be better than nothing, but they’re no miracle solution. They cannot and must not replace regular handwashing and social distancing measures.
Sweden has come under fire for not putting everyone on coronavirus lockdown but public health chiefs are standing firm.
A UK charity chief is calling on people to keep a watchful eye on their neighbours as domestic abuse spikes in lockdown.
Euronews speaks to the European Union's Coronavirus Crisis Team, Cypriot Commissioner Stella Kyriakides about the COVID-19 pandemic and about when life will return to normal.
We spoke to an expert about why a patient with COVID-19 would be admitted to intensive care, and what happens when they are there.
With over a million people already infected AND 50,000 fatalities, the race is on to find a cure for Covid-19, the virus which has arguably caused the most serious global crisis since World War II.
Elderly people have been hit the hardest by COVID-19 and are isolated from their families. Now young people are writing them letters with messages of love and hope.
While half of the world’s population remains on lockdown, Jair Bolsonaro is advocating for Brazilians to go back to work.
Thirteen cycling professionals will cycle more like hamsters on wheels than riders on their bikes in a virtual race.
One Italian oncologist has shown how to ease pressure on intensive care beds in hospitals by treating people at home.
EU Commissioner for Internal Market, Thierry Breton says "not one single country was fully prepared for this kind of crisis, but the EU is now getting a battle plan in place.
Unreported Europe explores the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on small and medium enterprises in Bulgaria, Hungary and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa is arguably one of the most famous global names associated with high-end, innovative Japanese cuisine.
In the deep waters of Dibba Bay, in the northern emirate of Fujairah, clusters of mollusks hang like lanterns across 100-metre lines.
Missing your cultural fix? Fear not, Europe's museums are opening their virtual doors to help enrich life on lockdown.
The beds have been set up, but some worry there won't be enough staff or protective equipment to man the new London hospital.
One expert is urging people to get into gardening as a way of relaxing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Europe is seeing record numbers of jobless as business shut and travel all but stops over the global pandemic.
Every week on Euronews, we're bringing together a panel of leading experts in a variety of fields to answer your coronavirus questions.
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.
We hear a lot about COVID-19 death tolls. But what about the people who survive the disease?
Euronews has been out with France's Red Cross as it helps the vulnerable cope during the coronavirus lockdown.
From restaurant closures to staffing problems, coronavirus has been a big headache for fruit and vegetable growers.
“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.
We asked expert Sean Wensley how to care for pets during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
The UK government is preparing the medical system as cases of COVID-19 in the country increase.
The budget airline blames 'unprecedented restrictions' imposed by authorities
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.