The Swedish government maintains that citizens can be trusted to act responsibly for the greater good and will stay home if they experience any COVID-19 symptoms.
Borussia Dortmund have said that the club has lost around €45 million due to the pandemic. Meanwhile, the government of the Netherlands has announced that some fans will be able to attend games from September 1.
Swedes are frustrated that they've been singled out as the bad boy of the Nordic countries. While Danish tourists and home owners are flooding into Sweden, their Swedish counterparts are left to stew in their own juices.
Passengers on public transport in Switzerland are now obliged to wear face masks. Meanwhile the world's most-visited museum has partially reopened after 16 weeks. Follow DW for the latest.
India has overtaken Russia in overall coronavirus infections, pulling into third place globally behind the US and Brazil. Authorities have reversed a decision to reopen the Taj Mahal as case numbers continue to spike.
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