Two young girls hold signs protesting the restrictions put in place to limit the spread of coronavirus disease in Charleston, West Virginia, in the U.S. Picture: REUTERS/Stephen Zenner
Two young girls hold signs protesting the restrictions put in place to limit the spread of coronavirus disease in Charleston, West Virginia, in the U.S. Picture: REUTERS/Stephen Zenner
The illuminated Cartier store on the Champs Elysees avenue for Christmas and New Year celebrations in Paris, France. The reopening of Cartier store and others stores selling 'non-essential' products began on November 28 after several weeks of lockdown that were expected to combat a resurgence of the coronavirus epidemic. Picture: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
The illuminated Cartier store on the Champs Elysees avenue for Christmas and New Year celebrations in Paris, France. The reopening of Cartier store and others stores selling 'non-essential' products began on November 28 after several weeks of lockdown that were expected to combat a resurgence of the coronavirus epidemic. Picture: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
Doctor Concetta Toccio visits a Covid-19 positive patient at home in Florence, Italy. Italy's Special Continuity Care Units were created to carry out home activities for Covid-19 patients. Picture: Gianluca Panella/Getty Images
Doctor Concetta Toccio visits a Covid-19 positive patient at home in Florence, Italy. Italy's Special Continuity Care Units were created to carry out home activities for Covid-19 patients. Picture: Gianluca Panella/Getty Images
Doctor Jacopo Venturini visits a Covid-19 positive patient at home in Florence, Italy. Italy's Special Continuity Care Units were created to carry out home activities for Covid-19 patients. Picture: Gianluca Panella/Getty Images
Doctor Jacopo Venturini visits a Covid-19 positive patient at home in Florence, Italy. Italy's Special Continuity Care Units were created to carry out home activities for Covid-19 patients. Picture: Gianluca Panella/Getty Images
The illuminated Cartier store on the Champs Elysees avenue for Christmas and New Year celebrations in Paris, France. The reopening of Cartier store and others stores selling 'non-essential' products began on November 28 after several weeks of lockdown that were expected to combat a resurgence of the coronavirus epidemic. Picture: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
The illuminated Cartier store on the Champs Elysees avenue for Christmas and New Year celebrations in Paris, France. The reopening of Cartier store and others stores selling 'non-essential' products began on November 28 after several weeks of lockdown that were expected to combat a resurgence of the coronavirus epidemic. Picture: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
Doctor Concetta Tuccio visits a Covid-positive female patient in Florence, Italy. Italy's Special Continuity Care Units were created to carry out home care services for Covid-19 patients. Picture: Gianluca Panella/Getty Images
Doctor Concetta Tuccio visits a Covid-positive female patient in Florence, Italy. Italy's Special Continuity Care Units were created to carry out home care services for Covid-19 patients. Picture: Gianluca Panella/Getty Images

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