Top luxury brands from Chanel to Louis Vuitton have increased prices of some of their most coveted products as they seek to make up for sales lost during weeks of coronavirus lockdowns.
French chef Marc Lanteri has been at the helm of the Ristorante al Castello Grinzane Cavour in Piedmont since 2015, never imagining that a health crisis would drive him to start doing deliveries.
The majority of the world's population remains susceptible to COVID-19 and there is a long road to travel as the risk remains high, the chief of the World health Organization (WHO) said.
Spaghetti carbonara, Gucci bags, and trendy haircuts were back on the menu in Italy Monday, but only the bravest ate, shopped or styled-away their lockdown blues as the country attempted to return to normality.
Normally at this time of year, the Italian seaside beach town of Sperlonga would have been bustling with its first clients of the season.
Madrid residents wearing face masks queued two metres apart to be among the first visitors back in the city's famed galleries, as the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza museums reopened after the coronavirus lockdown.
The new proposals reduce the proportion of straight-out grants in the rescue package and raise the proportion of loans that will need to be paid back, in an apparent nod to a group of "frugal” nations led by the Netherlands, the diplomat said.
Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte tightened nationwide coronavirus restrictions Sunday after the country recorded a record number of new cases, despite opposition from regional heads and street protests.
Italy approved a package of measures to support businesses hit by new restrictions aimed at reining in the coronavirus, hours after daily infections hit a new record high and COVID-19-related deaths jumped.