A police officer directs vehicles at a check point as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A police officer directs vehicles at a check point as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A police officer fixes barriers at a check point as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A police officer fixes barriers at a check point as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A police officer stands at a check point as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A police officer stands at a check point as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A man wears a face mask at a shopping centre as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A man wears a face mask at a shopping centre as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A mannequin set with a face mask is seen on display in a closed fashion shop as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A mannequin set with a face mask is seen on display in a closed fashion shop as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
Mannequins are seen on display in a closed fashion shop as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
Mannequins are seen on display in a closed fashion shop as Israel enters its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown to fight a surge in Covid-19 infections, in Ashdod, Israel. Picture: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
A medic places a Covid-19 swab test into a test tube in Paris. France and the U.K. reported the most new coronavirus cases since May for the second day in a row, underscoring Europe’s risk of a return to lockdowns that crippled the economy in the second quarter. Picture: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg
A medic places a Covid-19 swab test into a test tube in Paris. France and the U.K. reported the most new coronavirus cases since May for the second day in a row, underscoring Europe’s risk of a return to lockdowns that crippled the economy in the second quarter. Picture: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg
A medic administers a Covid-19 swab test on a patient in a pop-up testing tent in Paris. France and the U.K. reported the most new coronavirus cases since May for the second day in a row, underscoring Europe’s risk of a return to lockdowns that crippled the economy in the second quarter. Picture: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg
A medic administers a Covid-19 swab test on a patient in a pop-up testing tent in Paris. France and the U.K. reported the most new coronavirus cases since May for the second day in a row, underscoring Europe’s risk of a return to lockdowns that crippled the economy in the second quarter. Picture: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg
A medic administers a Covid-19 swab test on a patient in a pop-up testing tent in Paris. France and the U.K. reported the most new coronavirus cases since May for the second day in a row, underscoring Europe’s risk of a return to lockdowns that crippled the economy in the second quarter. Picture: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg
A medic administers a Covid-19 swab test on a patient in a pop-up testing tent in Paris. France and the U.K. reported the most new coronavirus cases since May for the second day in a row, underscoring Europe’s risk of a return to lockdowns that crippled the economy in the second quarter. Picture: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg

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