A woman lights candles symbolising the Covid-19 victims during a candlelight vigil in front of the seat of the Swiss federal parliament, Bundeshaus, in Bern, Switzerland. Picture: REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
A woman lights candles symbolising the Covid-19 victims during a candlelight vigil in front of the seat of the Swiss federal parliament, Bundeshaus, in Bern, Switzerland. Picture: REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
A view of 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A view of 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A view of 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A view of 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A view of 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A view of 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A protective mask hangs from 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignoll
A protective mask hangs from 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignoll
A protective mask hangs from 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignoll
A protective mask hangs from 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignoll
A prayer book is seen at the chapel beside 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A prayer book is seen at the chapel beside 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A view of 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A view of 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
A protective mask hangs from 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignoll
A protective mask hangs from 'L'arbre à loques', a 'healing' tree to which people attach cloths as a ritual for good health according to Celtic tradition, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Hasnon, France. Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignoll

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