Social distancing slows the spread of the coronavirus. But it also puts an end to most cultural events across Europe. Now, a Prague festival producer has organized a drive-in event for music enthusiasts.
For the German capital, the COVID-19 pandemic has been economically devastating, as its liveihood depends on partygoers and tourism. But it doesn't mean Berlin's spirit will be dampened anytime soon.
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.
The famous festival celebrates its 100th anniversary. It is actually going to take place, and even if it has been shortened a bit due to the coronavirus restrictions, its program features more events than expected.
With immediate effect, Czechs may enjoy freedom of movement again and even travel abroad after a ban on public meetings was relaxed. The government in Prague was quick to respond to a court decision.
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