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Reluctant last orders as England enters new lockdown
London pubs serve their last drinks for a month as England prepares to shut down for the second time this year to try and cut coronavirus cases. Restaurants, gyms and non-essential shops and services will also close for four weeks from Thursday until December 2, with hopes business can resume in time for Christmas.
Coronavirus: Drunk people cannot social distance, warns UK police chief
Bars, pubs and restaurants have reopened in England prompting the public to gorge themselves. As large crowds gathered, one police chief warned that inebriated citizens proved they can't keep their distance.
Coronavirus pandemic changes eating habits in Germany
Working from home and closed restaurants have changed some people's cooking and eating habits — especially when it comes to meat. Could this have a lasting impact on food production and consumption?
German restaurants reopen with pandemic measures in place
After being shut down for two months, some restaurants in Germany have opened again. But owners and guests are facing new challenges, as DW discovered in the capital, Berlin.
Cats of Cyprus 'bored' during coronavirus lockdown
Accustomed to living on the remains of restaurants and roadside stalls, around fifty stray cats are seen yawning and stretching under the rays of the spring sun of the island of Cyprus, in the almost deserted streets due to the measures taken in mid-March to stem the Covid-19 epidemic.
Coronavirus: Germany counts costs of economic shutdown
Trying to contain the coronavirus could prove costly. A new study warns of a hit of between 7.2 and 20.6% of GDP. As restaurants and other services shut down on Monday, the government announced an emergency budget.