Find all of the day's most important coronavirus news in our evening roundup.
Starting with Luxembourg:
- The latest figures from the Ministry of Health show that 86 new cases of coronavirus were discovered yesterday.
- Everyday life without a mask has become unthinkable. Most surgical masks are flown in from Asia, but now the first official mask production site in Luxembourg has opened.
- Working from home has become much more popular due to the pandemic, but a new report from Luxembourg's Economic and Social Council (CES) has suggested that teleworking could cost the HORESCA sector up to €350 million per year.
Around the world:
- The United Nations will mark its 75th anniversary Monday, celebrating the mantra that "multilateralism is not an option but a necessity," even as the coronavirus underscores the fragility of international cooperation.
- Hasidic pilgrims stuck on the Belarus-Ukraine border are continuing to demand entry despite coronavirus restrictions.
- In the poverty-stricken mountains of southern Mexico, children can only dream of internet or television that would allow them to join millions of others following distance learning during the pandemic.
- The novel coronavirus has killed at least 953,025 people since the outbreak emerged in China last December, according to an AFP tally compiled from official sources at 1100 GMT Saturday.
- Six further COVID infections were reported to the Trier-Saarburg Health Board – four in the city of Trier and two in the district of Trier-Saarburg.