Police fired tear gas at anti-lockdown protestors across Italy on Monday after glass bottles and projectiles were hurled in their direction as they defied new COVID-19 restrictions.
In Milan, crowds chanted "Freedom, freedom, freedom!" as they clashed with police in the city centre.
In Turin, 11 people were detained after shops were ransacked by rioters.
The new measures have provoked an angry response from the people of the country.
Protesters turned out by the hundreds in Italian several cities and towns on Monday to vent anger, sometimes violently, over the latest anti-COVID-19 rules, which force restaurants and cafes to close early, shutter cinema, gyms and other leisure venues.
To date, Italy has tallied more than 564,000 infections and almost 38,000 deaths, recording in excess of 17,000 new infections between Monday and Tuesday alone, and a record 21,000 the day prior.
The number of new coronavirus cases in Italy have declined for a second time in 13 days, amid the enforcement of new stricter restrictions across the country and warnings that the worst was yet to come.
"The fuse lit three days ago in Piazza Plebiscito in Naples has already succeeded in spreading the fire from one end of Italy to the other: Turin, Milan, Trieste, Lecce, Viareggio, Pescara, Catania, Cremona".
The violence in Italy is likely to be watched closely around Europe, with various governments weighing the need for tougher measures against the fatigue and frustration felt by many.
"There's no question that the European region is an epicentre for disease right now", World Health Organization emergencies chief Michael Ryan said on Monday.
"We are seeing a large number of cases, we are seeing widespread disease, we are seeing very very high positivity rates and an increasing lack of capacity to do any effective form of contact-tracing which is further going to drive the disease into the darkness", he said, adding,"and many countries are now facing the spectre of shutdowns in the coming weeks".
OPEC's secretary general said an oil market recovery may take longer than hoped as coronavirus inflections rise around the world. In early Asia, Brent crude was up 12 cents, or 0.3%, at $40.58 a barrel by 0039 GMT, having dropped more than 3% overnight.
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There was no change in the levels of antibodies seen in healthcare workers, possibly due to repeated exposure to the virus. Protective antibodies in people who have had Covid-19 wane "quite rapidly", according to researchers.
Toews said earlier that the government's primary concern was ensuring the health and well-being of patients. An AHS spokesman later said 157 non-emergency surgeries - the majority in Edmonton - were postponed Monday.
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Belgium has recorded total of of 333,718 cases and 10,899 deaths since the start of the pandemic, according to Sciensano. They have also had to cancel all non-urgent surgeries to save the hospital system from its impending demise.
In a video on social media , the man, who was later identified as Wallace can be seen advancing towards the police at one point. Mr Wallace advanced toward the officers, who then fired several times, said police spokesperson Officer Tanya Little.
The Prime Minister of Finland Sana Marin said on Twitter on Saturday, "This data breach is shocking in many ways". Finnish leaders have expressed concern over the violation and say the victims need an urgent need for anonymity.
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