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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 46 new cases of coronavirus were discovered yesterday.
- On Friday, Germany once again classified the Grand Duchy as an at-risk country. We've put together a guide on what you need to know.
- The teaching sector in Luxembourg worked from home more than any other during confinement.
- A message from Luxembourg's prime minister was prerecorded and streamed during the 75th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York.
Around the world:
- France will face a months-long coronavirus epidemic that will overwhelm its health system if something does not change, one of the country's top medical figures warned Sunday.
- With the coronavirus crisis putting a chill on travel, European airlines are reducing fares to attract passengers and fill the planes that are still flying.
- An overnight curfew in Australia's second-biggest city will be lifted from Monday, almost two months after it was imposed across Melbourne to counter a surging coronavirus outbreak.
- Many retailers have been caught off-guard by coronavirus restrictions and shifting consumer habits, but DIY stores are enjoying a boom as people spend money on their homes and gardens.
- Protesters hit the streets of Madrid against virus restrictions on Sunday, a day before a partial lockdown is extended to more areas of Spain's capital region try to curb a surge in coronavirus cases.
- Roland Garros got underway in the "ridiculous" chill and damp of Paris on Sunday, delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, with former world number one Victoria Azarenka walking off court, complaining that it was "too cold" to play.