The Guardian says several European countries lifted their coronavirus restrictions too soon, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.
Daily Record says two major Covid restrictions have now lifted in Scotland as the country continues to emerge from the worst of the pandemic.
Euronews says Germany is scaling back its COVID protection measures as the amended Infection Protection Act came into force on Sunday.
The Independent says Nicola Sturgeon will later reveal if coronavirus restrictions in Scotland are set to be relaxed further.
The Dutch government eases lockdown in the Netherlands as shops, hairdressers and gyms will be allowed to reopen in the EU country, but bars and
France eases travel restrictions for UK travellers. The previously imposed strict COVID rules for arrivals from the United Kingdom have been relaxed from today. France
A major setback for the Belgian government, an advisory body on Tuesday suspended a Cabinet-ordered closure of part of the cultural sector.
Christmas in Italy under covid restrictions. The country further tightened its restrictions on Thursday (23 December), barring unvaccinated from public spaces and enforcing mask-wearing outdoors.
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