For now, countries are betting they can suppress hospital admissions and deaths without imposing more lockdowns, even as case numbers approach peak levels from last spring.
Despite rules on masks and distancing, fears are growing that the end of the summer travel season will bring a wave of infections.
Although declines in the numbers of new infections and deaths have brought relief in Europe’s major cities, there is uncertainty about how much people can now relax.
Dermatologists say the lesions should prompt testing for the virus, even though many patients have no other symptoms.
The European Central Bank will pay banks to lend money after the economy shrank the most in decades. The worst is yet to come, the eurozone’s top central banker warned.
The authorities announced on Wednesday that three more people had tested positive in the country.