Coronavirus daily briefing for Europe, 26-10-2020


*RespondEU monitoring a total of 40 European countries (+Turkey, Israel). For full list of countries monitored by RespondEU please use this link 

*Our statistic is for information purpose only. We are not official COVID-19 agency. We are trying our best to provide you with the most accurate statistic.

Daily bulletin:

  • Russia - Coronavirus cases hit a new record with 17,347 positive cases in one day
  • Spain - Government introduce 11 pm to 6 am curfew across the whole country
  • France - More than half of France intensive care units are occupied with patients with coronavirus 
  • United Kingdom -  Residents living in Nottingham, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe will face tougher coronavirus restrictions later this week
  • Italy tightens coronavirus restrictions nationwide
  • Germany - The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 8,685 to 437,866
  • Israel begins mass-production of the coronavirus vaccine ahead of human trials
  • Netherlands -  More than 10,300 new positive cases in the last 24 hours
  • Belgium -  An average of nearly 12,500 people tested positive for Covid-19 per day over the past week
  • Czechia -  Additional ventilators dispatched to Czechia via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism
  • Switzerland - More than 17,000 new coronavirus cases over the weekend
  • Belarus -  As of 23 October, 82,136 patients previously diagnosed with COVID-19 recovered and were discharged from hospitals in Belarus
  • Slovakia - will go along with nationwide Covid-19 testing this weekend after a pilot in the most affected regions drew almost all citizens and allowed thousands of infected to isolate
  • Croatia - toughen anti-coronavirus measures
  • Greece - Greek police made one arrest and recorded over one thousand violations of the mandatory face-mask order
  • Slovenia - bans movement between municipalities for a week
  • Norway -  The Norwegian government is tightening national corona measures
  • Luxembourg - An overnight curfew and lower limits on how many people can gather in homes or public places could be imposed next week
  • Lithuania - 13 municipalities in Lithuania go into two-week coronavirus quarantine
  • Estonia - has Europe's lowest 14-day coronavirus rate