As the world slowly returns back to work - have we learned anything? Will we change our lives? asks Melanie Verwoerd.
Morning clouds. Cool.
The local beach in Canet d'en Berenguer is rolling out a mobile app for people to book a morning or afternoon sunbathing slot.
By measuring excess mortality — the gap between normal death rates and 2020 rates — The Financial Times found many undercounted deaths.
Multiple world leaders blatantly downplayed warnings early on that the coronavirus pandemic could lead to mass death and infections.
Spain is moving to implement a permanent basic income as a measure to help workers and families battered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Italy, where the virus first started taking hold in Europe, peaked at 919 deaths in a day on March 27 before that number started to decrease.
Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma, a cousin of Spain's King Felipe IV, died on Thursday from COVID-19. She was 86 years old.
Real Valladolid refused La Liga's offer to provide tests for its players because "there are people out there ... who need them far more than we do."
Spain has put all private hospitals under government control indefinitely as the number of coronavirus cases surge in the country.
The surreal shot of the Hemisferic science museum in Valencia won the Judges' Prize in the Art of Building Photographer of the Year contest.
Miquel Buch, interior minister of Catalonia, Spain, warned that the fires "could burn through 20,000 hectares".
The move was met with public outcry, namely from local environmentalists who said it caused "brutal" damage to the ecosystem of Zahara de los Atunes.
Spain and Italy are among the worst-hit, while Austria, Denmark, Poland, and the Czech Republic avoided mass outbreaks. All are starting to reopen.
The Cruz family has gone from frequent hugs to zero physical contact, said Ana Jiménez Cruz, who now has to sit on a different couch than her parents.
"We are suffering very much. It's a devastating pain," Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Sunday.
Full-face snorkeling masks are being used to hook up patients to ventilators in some hospitals where equipment is running low.
Neighbours witnessed the heartfelt ceremony through the windows of their own homes.
After the Spanish prime minister announced a country-wide lockdown, self-quarantined Spaniards took to their windows to applaud healthcare workers.
Another European hotel has gone into lockdown, this time in the Alps region of Austria after a receptionist tested positive for the new coronavirus.
Audrey Schoeman caught severe hypothermia while caught in a snowstorm last month. Doctors say this is the longest cardiac arrest recorded in Spain.
Countries including France, Germany, and Spain are expected to see abnormally high temperatures as high as 45 degrees Celsius this week.
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