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LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States was preparing on Monday for what one official called the "peak death week" of the coronavirus, while across the Atlantic British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the most prominent person with COVID-19, was taken to intensive care.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic is the European Union's biggest test, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday, adding that it was important that the bloc emerges strong from the economic crisis unleashed by the coronavirus.
GENEVA (Reuters) - A Boeing 747 landed in Geneva on Monday with 92 tonnes of protective medical equipment including masks made in China for distribution to 13 Swiss hospitals and pharmaceutical associations as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
PARIS/BERLIN/LONDON (Reuters) - Military forces across Europe have scaled back operations and imposed stricter rules on personnel to try to stem the spread of the coronavirus among staff who often live and work in close quarters, making them more vulnerable to infection.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The German government cannot yet give a specific date for when restrictions that have been imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus will be lifted, a spokesman said on Monday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The coronavirus is the European Union's biggest ever challenge and member states must show greater solidarity so that the bloc can emerge stronger from the economic crisis unleashed by the pandemic, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday.
More than half the world may be on lockdown, but more people than ever are going on safari.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - The United States had no knowledge of a shipment of face masks bound for Germany that officials in Berlin have accused it of diverting from an airport in Bangkok, a spokeswoman for the U.S. embassy in Thailand said.
Telecom masts that enable the next generation of wireless communication were set on fire in Britain in recent days, apparently by people motivated by a theory that the tech helps spread the coronavirus. Investors are taking note.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Bundesliga clubs returned to team training on Monday, with players split in small groups or pairs and kept at a safe distance amid strict measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus.