The EU is mobilising all resources available to help member states coordinate their national responses, and this includes providing objective information about the spread of the virus, the effective efforts to contain it and measures taken to repair the economic and social damage brought by the pandemic.
From this page, you can access the dedicated webpages and resources published by the EU institutions and bodies as well as EU member states.
Here is a timeline of actions taken by EU institutions since the outbreak of the crisis.
European solidarity in action
Countries, regions and citizens across the EU have been stretching out a helping hand to neighbours during these times of crisis. Below you can find stories of European solidarity at its best.
Coronavirus: European Solidarity in action
The COVID-19 outbreak in Europe has been accompanied by a wave of often dangerous false and misleading information. The fight against disinformation, misinformation and foreign interference is a joint effort involving all European institutions, the EU Member States, civil society and online platforms.
How to fight disinformation (European Parliament)
Fighting disinformation (Council of the European Union)
Recovery plan for Europe
To help repair the economic and social damage brought by the coronavirus pandemic, kick-start European recovery, and protect and create jobs, the European Commission is proposing a major recovery plan for Europe based on harnessing the full potential of the EU budget.
A recovery plan for Europe (Council of the European Union, latest developments and timeline)