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PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Republic reported 10,273 new COVID-19 cases on Monday as it faces one of Europe's biggest surges in infections, according to health ministry data,.
Hong Kong records eight new cases of Covid-19, as government adviser calls for Spain, Italy to be added to high-risk list
HONG KONG, Oct 27 (SCMP): Outbreak situation in Europe has worsened in recent weeks, with some countries reporting five-digit daily infection talliesTourism stakeholders, meanwhile, say they expect thousands of lay-offs within a month if more help is not forthcoming
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech government ordered a 9 p.m. curfew and will limit retail sales on Sundays as part of tighter measures to curb the spread of novel coronavirus infections, ministers said on Monday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The number of people who have died while infected with the coronavirus in the Czech Republic has doubled to 2,047 in two weeks, Health Ministry data showed on Saturday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Republic reported 15,252 new cases of coronavirus for Oct. 23, its highest daily tally, as the country faces Europe's fastest spread of the infection.
PARIS/MADRID (Reuters) - Europe faces a lengthy battle against the coronavirus at least until mid-2021, France warned on Friday, as anxious governments introduced ever more restrictions to curb the disease once again accelerating through the continent.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium, one of Europe's hardest hit countries by the coronavirus, further tightened restrictions on social contacts on Friday, banning fans from sports matches, limiting the number of people in cultural spaces and closing theme parks.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Republic registered 14,151 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, down from a record of 14,968 the previous day, Health Ministry data showed on Friday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Sophie Wilmes, Belgium's foreign minister and former premier, has been taken into intensive care suffering from COVID-19, her office said on Thursday, as the country battled a second wave of infections.
WARSAW/MILAN/VIENNA (Reuters) - A surge in demand for vaccines to ward off the winter flu has led to shortages in some European cities, raising the risk of a potentially lethal "twindemic" as COVID-19 cases spike.