Today's most pressing coronavirus stories from around the globe in one place.

Starting with Luxembourg:

  • The latest figures from the Ministry of Health show that 186 new cases of coronavirus were discovered yesterday, while five deaths were reported.

  • Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Minister of Health Paulette Lenert offered a shred of hope to the hospitality sector in a press conference on Friday, despite the announcement that restrictions would be extended a further two weeks. Read our summary here and our live coverage here.

  • A coronavirus cluster was detected in the retirement home "Um Lauterbann" in Niederkorn. While it was initially reported that 20 people had tested positive for Covid-19, it has turned out that the number is significantly higher.

  • Since 29 January, people arriving in Luxembourg by plane have to comply with special health measures. They have now been extended until at least the end of March.

  • People are 'fed up' and no longer complying with restrictions, argued the Horesca sector.

  • According to a recent survey, 20% of employees state that the pandemic has taken a significant toll on their mental health.

  • Luxembourg and Belgium have agreed to extend the tax provision for cross-border employees working from home until 30 June 2021.

  • Minister of Education Claude Meisch responded to a parliamentary question on the conditions for students in their final year of secondary school.

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