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Millions in England under new virus restrictions

About 28 million people in England, more than half the population, are now living under tough restrictions imposed on Saturday as the country battles a surge in coronavirus cases.

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Germany closes two schools in new virus blow

Hundreds of children were sent home on Friday as Germany closed two schools over coronavirus infections, in a new blow to hopes for a return to normality after the summer holidays.

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Germany orders tests for all travelers from 'risk areas'

Germany will require people arriving from countries deemed high risk, such as the United States, to take coronavirus tests starting this weekend, the health minister said Thursday, as the country recorded its highest daily ...

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Germany orders first local virus lockdowns since easing

German authorities on Tuesday ordered fresh coronavirus lockdowns in two districts—the first since easing restrictions and a major setback for hopes of a swift return to normality.

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UK govt fails in plan to fully open primary schools

Britain's government on Tuesday admitted defeat in its efforts to have all primary school children back for a month before the summer holiday following lockdown.

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Kazakhstan bans public events over coronavirus

Kazakhstan on Thursday said it would close schools and universities and ban public events to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus after the WHO declaration of a pandemic.

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New global coronavirus infections spark more travel bans

Fears of a global coronavirus pandemic deepened on Monday as new deaths and infections in Europe, the Middle East and Asia triggered more drastic efforts to stop people travelling.

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