French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on screens as he addresses the nation about the state of the coronavirus disease outbreak in France. Picture: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Illustration
French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on screens as he addresses the nation about the state of the coronavirus disease outbreak in France. Picture: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Illustration
French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on screens as he addresses the nation about the state of the coronavirus disease outbreak in France. Picture: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Illustration
French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on screens as he addresses the nation about the state of the coronavirus disease outbreak in France. Picture: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Illustration
French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on screens as he addresses the nation about the state of the coronavirus disease outbreak in France. Picture: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Illustration
French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on screens as he addresses the nation about the state of the coronavirus disease outbreak in France. Picture: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Illustration
Makeshift sheets displaying messages of protest contesting the ability to pay for rent hang in the window of an apartment building, amid the coronavirus outbreak in the Columbia Heights neighbourhood of Washington, US. Picture: REUTERS/Tom Brenner
Makeshift sheets displaying messages of protest contesting the ability to pay for rent hang in the window of an apartment building, amid the coronavirus outbreak in the Columbia Heights neighbourhood of Washington, US. Picture: REUTERS/Tom Brenner
Chairs and tables are set out for customers at the Royal Arcade in Melbourne, Australia. As countries across the globe grapple with the prospect of renewed lockdowns, Melbourne on Wednesday emerged from one of the world's strictest and longest lockdowns that shuttered businesses and confined residents to their homes for more than three months. Picture: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg
Chairs and tables are set out for customers at the Royal Arcade in Melbourne, Australia. As countries across the globe grapple with the prospect of renewed lockdowns, Melbourne on Wednesday emerged from one of the world's strictest and longest lockdowns that shuttered businesses and confined residents to their homes for more than three months. Picture: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg
Cafe chairs and tables are set out on a lane in Melbourne, Australia. As countries across the globe grapple with the prospect of renewed lockdowns, Melbourne on Wednesday emerged from one of the world's strictest and longest lockdowns that shuttered businesses and confined residents to their homes for more than three months. Picture: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg
Cafe chairs and tables are set out on a lane in Melbourne, Australia. As countries across the globe grapple with the prospect of renewed lockdowns, Melbourne on Wednesday emerged from one of the world's strictest and longest lockdowns that shuttered businesses and confined residents to their homes for more than three months. Picture: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg
Workers sit apart at a food court in Melbourne, Australia. As countries across the globe grapple with the prospect of renewed lockdowns, Melbourne on Wednesday emerged from one of the world's strictest and longest lockdowns that shuttered businesses and confined residents to their homes for more than three months. Picture: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg
Workers sit apart at a food court in Melbourne, Australia. As countries across the globe grapple with the prospect of renewed lockdowns, Melbourne on Wednesday emerged from one of the world's strictest and longest lockdowns that shuttered businesses and confined residents to their homes for more than three months. Picture: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg
A shop assistant cleans a manequin in the window display of a Zara store in Melbourne, Australia. As countries across the globe grapple with the prospect of renewed lockdowns, Melbourne on Wednesday emerged from one of the world's strictest and longest lockdowns that shuttered businesses and confined residents to their homes for more than three months. Picture: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg
A shop assistant cleans a manequin in the window display of a Zara store in Melbourne, Australia. As countries across the globe grapple with the prospect of renewed lockdowns, Melbourne on Wednesday emerged from one of the world's strictest and longest lockdowns that shuttered businesses and confined residents to their homes for more than three months. Picture: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg

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