Roman Catholic Priest Guilherme Peixoto is not typical cleric as he organises live music by his own way to cope with coronavirus crisis.
Demonstrators at Evangelismos hospital in central Athens held up signs demanding more hiring, virus testing and hospital equipment and were dispersed by the police. A similar protest was held at the main hospital in Larissa in central Greece.
Spain's football player association criticised on Sunday the league's asking a furloughs from the clubs amid uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.
Greek authorities had earlier quarantined the Ritsona camp in central Greece after 20 asylum seekers tested positive for coronavirus.
Even some of the most cautious health officials seized on the figures as evidence that the tide might be turning in the deadliest disaster the country has faced since World War II.
"Robots are tireless assistants that can't get infected, that can't get sick," said the Circolo Hospital's intensive care unit director Francesco Dentali.
Hotels across the country have been converted into medical care centres to free up beds in hospitals which have been flooded with Covid-19 cases.
Refugees at the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesvos are constantly in danger of contracting Covid-19 as hygiene and social distancing seem impossible.
The Italian prime minister clashed with EU Commission Chief von der Leyen over her reluctance to accept his proposed 'coronabonds' plan, which would allow Italy to borrow more cheaply in the fight against the coronavirus.
The second hardest-hit European country remains in lockdown since mid-March in a bid to contain the spread of Covid-19.
The high amount of coronavirus casualties in Italy has compounded the already short supply of Muslim burial spots.
Reporting in conflict zones was no preparation for the calamity that has hit Italy in the form of a pandemic.
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