All of today's national and international coronavirus news in one place.
Starting with Luxembourg
- The Ministry of Health's latest figures show that nine new cases of coronavirus were recorded in Luxembourg on Saturday, bringing the total to 3,990. The number of deaths remains at 109.
- 24 hours after Luxair-Tours announced their flights would resume next Sunday, more than 100 seats had been booked for customers seeking sun and sea in Faro, Portugal. Porto, Lisbon and Stockholm are also highly popular destinations for holidaymakers.
- Wondering where you can go on holiday this summer? We've put together an interactive map outlining governments' individual policies with regards to welcoming tourists. See the full map here.
- Medical centres, which offer medical care when regular doctors' practices are closed, will return to their regular opening times as of Monday.
- Interview: Minister of Labour Dan Kersch believes Luxembourg took a cautious, yet successful path in curbing the spread of the virus.
And news from around the world
- Europe saw 2 million positive coronavirus cases on Saturday.
- The World Health Organization declared Latin America "a new epicenter" of the coronavirus pandemic as President Donald Trump ramped up pressure on state and local governments to speed up the reopening of the reeling American economy.
- The United States recorded a further 1,260 deaths from COVID-19 on Friday, bringing its total to 95,921 since the global pandemic began, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.
- China on Saturday reported zero new coronavirus infections for the first time since it started reporting data in January, a day after Communist Party leaders celebrated "major achievements" in the virus fight.
- One of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top advisers, Dominic Cummings, drew police attention after allegedly breaking the coronavirus lockdown, reports said Friday.
- Global car rental company Hertz became the latest economic casualty of the coronavirus pandemic Friday, filing for bankruptcy in the US and Canada after more than a century in business.
- Thousands of Spaniards answered a call on Saturday from far-right party Vox to protest against lockdown measures and the increasingly beleaguered government of leftist Pedro Sanchez.
- More than 40 people were infected with the new coronavirus after attending a mass in Frankfurt earlier this month, German media reported on Saturday.