An army of more than 10,000 British medics and volunteers has already been recruited by the National Health Service to help deliver the vaccine to millions.
“Thank God,” 96-year-old Araceli Hidalgo said as she became the first person in Spain to be vaccinated. “Let’s see if we can make this virus go away.”
If Australia wants to win international respect it should promise more ambitious reductions, like many countries in Europe and Asia.
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Austria says efforts to coordinate the closing of European ski resorts are “exaggerated”, but Germany, Italy and France remember what happened last winter.
Caterpillar rucks have infiltrated southern hemisphere rugby from Europe. If World Rugby are searching for a solution to the problem, they should look no further than Will Genia.
Global markets remain in a balancing act between optimism about COVID-19 vaccines and concerns of surging infections and tighter lockdowns in the US and Europe.
Eleven months after after one of Europe’s biggest jewel heists, three people have been arrested in Berlin in connection to the ‘Green Vault’ robbery.
Australia continues on its path to COVID-normal while the US and Europe grapple with surging case numbers.
Twenty African migrants are believed to have drowned off the coast of Libya when their boat sank as they tried to cross the Mediterranean to Europe.
Australia’s COVID-19 recovery continues while the US and Europe face a surging new wave.
As Australia aims to reach a fourth day without a local COVID case nationally, Europe is running low on ICU beds and hospital staff.
Australia continues to build on its plans for a COVID-safe summer while the US and Europe grapple with a second wave of the pandemic.
State governments are shifting their focus on how to control case outbreaks as social distancing rules are eased. Overseas there are worrying signs in Europe and the US.
The resurgence of coronavirus cases engulfing the US and Europe is imperiling their recoveries as millions of individuals and businesses face the prospect of having to hunker down once again.
Mahathir Mohamad infuriates Europe for saying Muslims “have a right to kill millions of French people” after a terrorist beheaded an elderly Christian.
French President Emmanuel Macron says avoiding a lockdown is not acceptable because it would kill 400,000 citizens.
Today, as the crisis accelerates in Europe and elsewhere, Victoria’s ‘zero new cases’ are the envy of the world.
The disease is in resurgence all over Europe, where daily reported cases have more than doubled in 10 days, crossing 200,000 daily infections for the first time this week.
Britain is on course for a long winter. A prolonged national lockdown, however, remains unlikely. That’s one part of the problem.
The pullback on Wall Street follows a broad selloff in global markets as rising infections in Europe led governments in France and Britain to impose new measures to contain the […]
Fears are rising that Europe is running out of time to control a resurgence of the coronavirus, as infections hit record daily highs in some countries.
European nations are closing schools, cancelling operations and enlisting legions of student medics as overwhelmed authorities face a COVID-19 resurgence at the onset of winter.
There is no doubt that Europe took its foot off the pedal to contain the virus during the holiday season. Australia is sure to risk the same result.
Australians should take Europe and the United States off their travel list for next year if there is no coronavirus vaccine, with Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham declaring the Morrison government’s […]
The World Health Organisation says European governments must take decisive action now in order to avoid painful hard lockdowns.
The government passed the decree even though Italy’s overall per capita infection rate is currently among the lowest in Europe.
In March, as the coronavirus pandemic tore through western Europe, organisers of the ongoing French Open moved the start of the tournament to late September, with the main draw starting […]
Restless — and with flights to much of Europe cancelled — he was looking for a way home to Athens. His first day on the road proved trying.