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.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to an army of volunteer across Europe helping the vulnerable cope with the crisis
Some towns in Italy are running out of space to store coffins as the sheer volume of COVID-19 deaths overwhelms morgues and funeral services.
Polish culture "has suffered a great and irreparable loss", the country's culture minister said on Sunday.
Tributes have been paid on social media to the former French government minister, Patrick Devedjian, who has died of Covid-19 at the age of 75.
Whilst Albania and Germany offer aid to their struggling neighbours, solidarity grows within borders as well.
Oslo University Hospital is one of 22 venues in the country carrying out the major international study by the World Health Organization.
A public library in Lithuania is 3-D printing an attachment for doors to be opened without touching the handles
Ireland toughens up its measures to help stop the spread of the new coronavirus, whilst Russia sends out mixed messages.
Spain has reported a grim record number of fatalities in the COVID-19 pandemic, with 832 new deaths in 24 hours.
The Chinese city where the global coronavirus pandemic began partly reopened on Saturday, after more than two months of almost total isolation.
Migrants arriving in Greece say they are being given no protection from coronavirus as UNHCR describes conditions in some camps as inhumane
The IMF has declared a global recession and urged countries in need of financial help to request it sooner rather than later
The EU's law enforcement agency finds that while physical crime has dropped, cyber-criminals are using the COVID-19 pandemic to their advantage.
It comes amid warnings hospitals in Paris are just two days from reaching a breaking point.
Italy's Health Minister talks to euronews' Global Conversations about the 'war' against coronavirus and how Europe can pull together to achieve victory
Unreported Europe hears that unemployment, corruption and frustration are fueling the rise of the right in the French city of Hénin-Beaumont.
For decades, 73-year-old Deepak Chopra has extolled the health benefits of spiritual practices.
In some countries of the Middle East and North Africa, a type of stress relief called destruction, or rage therapy, is rising in popularity.
They know the floods will come again. But with state aid withdrawn and insurance too expensive, will there be more climate migrants in Bavaria?
Euronews spoke to two UK travellers in the Philippines.
The British prime minister speaks to the nation amid reports the UK is to tighten rules on social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whilst the German government has pledged 40 billion euros to help coal regions as mines close, those living and working in nuclear power are not seeing the same support. .
It is known that Poland will not abandon coal completely. It is also known that renewable energy is not able to meet the needs of the Polish economy. So the Polish energy strategy is to provide for the construction of a civil energy nuclear sector.
Over the past 24 hours, another 651 people have died from the COVID-19 coronavirus in Italy, yet the authorities say there is a glimmer of hope.
The Spanish lockdown is extended for another 15 days, Spain's PM Pedro Sanchez announced on Sunday.
As the new coronavirus continues to spread and countries go into lockdown people are getting creative with methods to stay apart.