Just when you thought it was beyond the social and environmental pale, single-use plastic is making a comeback, be it for throwaway facemasks, gloves or shrink-wrapped vegetables
The face mask has become a universal symbol of the coronavirus pandemic and a crucial means of limiting contagion -- but where are they made, where are they mandatory and where do they end up?
Belgium has promised every resident a protective mask from next week, when the country begins to lift its coronavirus lockdown, and mayors like Yves Kinnard are taking matters into their own hands
From government stock seizures to sales to the highest bidder, the hunt for face masks amid the coronavirus outbreak has become a global free-for-all
As Europeans hunker down during the pandemic, an army of volunteers has emerged to bring help and hope to many, including food deliveries for the elderly and home-sewn face masks
Smaller EU member states hit out on Friday after Germany, France and the Czech Republic blocked the export of some medical supplies that could help slow the coronavirus outbreak