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Since the data available on the coronavirus pandemic is patchy and incomplete, it needs to be approached with caution and an awareness of what it can – and cannot – tell us about the deadly virus. ...
We asked our readers to tell us how they live through the COVID-19 epidemic, their experience of this crisis, what it tells us about Europe in the broadest sense, and what they hope for its future. The contributions...
Besides its devastating impact on human health and the global economy, the coronavirus epidemic is also a live-action, real-time test of European member states’ capacity for coordination, at a time when intergovernmentalism prevails, lament three Belgium-based academics. ...
In this open call, a group of academics, politicians, professionals and European citizens are asking the EU institutions and Member States for a series of urgent measures to address the current coronavirus pandemic at the European level. See more. Source...
In this open call, a group of European academics, politicians, professionals, and citizens, demand that the EU institutions and Member states a series of urgent steps that would allow to tackle the current COVID-19 pandemic at the European level....
As the COVID-19 gets a foothold in Europe, health services are being put through their paces. Are they up to the job dealing with the unpredictable enemy? ...
The COVID-19 outbreak has revived fears over acute drug shortages in Europe, sparking calls to repatriate the production of pharmaceutical ingredients from China. But rebuilding capacity would take years, if it were even possible. ...

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