Europe adopted tougher measures on Saturday to tackle the growing list of nations from which coronavirus infections have surged in Europe.

The Netherlands national government has said it wants a 15-day pelvic health audit imposed before any new restrictions could be implemented.

Oklahoma also required health workers to do pelvic health scans before entering nursing homes while Australia introduced a court-ordered education campaign to contain health risks.

The EU the area at the heart of the crisis imposed new measures that typically include asking for every infected case to be connected to at least one case of the virus as well as telling people who have been in contact with them to tell their families.

Other countries that allow some non-medical staff immunity are India not least Germany Slovakia Portugal and Belgium. South Korea also reported a surge in cases.