Coronavirus daily briefing for Europe, 28-10-2020

EMERGENCY ALERTS

*RespondEU monitoring a total of 40 European countries (+Turkey, Israel). For full list of countries monitored by RespondEU please use this link https://respondeu.com/covid-19/ 

*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:

  • RussiaOrders national mask mandate as coronavirus cases surge
  • Spain - Spanish unemployment is rising to 16.3 per cent due to the COVID-19 crisis
  • FranceMore than 500 deaths in 24 hours. French President Emmanuel Macron will announce new measures against the pandemic on Wednesday.
  • Italy - Protests against new coronavirus measures in Italy turn violent
  • Turkey40% of all coronavirus patients in Turkey are registered in Istanbul
  • Ukraine - Ukraine has registered 6,677 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases to 355,601
  • Israel - Coronavirus infection rate drop below 2%
  • NetherlandsDutch parliamentarians on Tuesday passed a temporary law designed to form the legal basis for the partial lockdown in the Netherlands
  • BelgiumDoctors in Belgium have been asked to keep working even after they test positive for coronavirus
  • PolandDaily growth of coronavirus cases in Poland surpasses 16,000
  • RomaniaRomania has reported the highest number of Covid-19 deaths in a single day since the start of pandemic (104)
  • Sweden - Registered 1,870 new coronavirus cases on October 23, the highest since the start of the pandemic
  • Bulgaria - Is closing nightclubs and discos. Students from high schools and universities will study online for two weeks
  • CroatiaSelf-isolation period cut down from 14 to 10 days
  • Greece - Exceeds 1,200 daily COVID-19 infections for the first time
  • N. Macedonia -  Almost half of the new COVID-19 cases registered in Skopje
  • LatviaFive more COVID-19 testing points will be opened in Riga in the coming days