An adviser waits for people behind a plastic glass screen during a job fair in Barcelona, Spain, on Monday, September 21.
A woman watches the band Jikustik during a drive-in concert in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, on Sunday, September 20.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews are separated by plastic shields as they pray in a synagogue in Bnei Brak, Israel, on Friday, September 18.
A health worker in Hyderabad, India, takes a break in front of a fan on Thursday, September 17.
Brides and grooms wait for the Pope's arrival at the San Damaso courtyard in the Vatican on Wednesday, September 16.
Maria Hernandez, top, embraces her aunt through a transparent curtain at a nursing home in San Salvador, El Salvador, on September 11.
A coronavirus victim is buried at a cemetery in Jakarta, Indonesia, on September 8.
Young students make sure they are spread out from one another as they stand in a line before entering a classroom in Pamplona, Spain, on September 7.
A girl cries as she is tested for Covid-19 at a drive-thru testing station in East Jerusalem on September 6.
People wear face masks and sit spread apart at the opening ceremony of the Venice Film Festival in Italy on September 2.
Nuns of the Missionaries of Charity, the order founded by Mother Teresa, wear masks and face shields as they distribute food to the poor and homeless in Kolkata, India, on August 26.
Cemetery workers carry Wilson Gil's remains on the outskirts of Lima, Peru, on August 26. Gil died of complications related to Covid-19, according to family members.
Workers in New Delhi prepare to cremate the body of a coronavirus victim on August 22.
A health worker administers a Covid-19 test in the Indian village of Kusumpur on August 17.
People gather in Little Venice on the Aegean Sea island of Mykonos, Greece, on August 16.
Thousands of people gather for an electronic music festival at a water park in Wuhan, China, on August 15. The novel coronavirus was first reported in Wuhan late last year.
Funeral workers in Peru's Uchumayo District bury a coffin in a massive burial ground for low-income people and unidentified victims of Covid-19.
A man receives an injection while taking part in a vaccine trial in Hollywood, Florida, on August 13.
Election officials sort absentee ballots in Atlanta, where there were several runoffs taking place on August 11.
Gravediggers bury a coronavirus victim at the Pondok Ranggon cemetery in Jakarta, Indonesia, on August 10.
Kindergarten students wear face masks and play in screened-in areas at the Wat Khlong Toey School in Bangkok, Thailand, on August 10.
Medics wait to transport a woman with possible Covid-19 symptoms to a hospital in Austin, Texas, on August 7.
A coronavirus victim is lowered into the ground during her funeral in New Delhi on August 7.
Resident doctors and interns attend a rally in Seoul, South Korea, on August 7. They were protesting the government's plan to expand admissions to medical schools — a policy meant to address a shortage in physicians.
A health worker performs a Covid-19 test at a gymnasium in Navotas, Philippines, on August 6.
A worker disinfects a public school in Brasilia, Brazil, on August 5. The local government has begun preparations for the reopening of schools in early September.
Cemetery workers carry the coffin of a Covid-19 victim at a graveyard in Comas, Peru, on August 5.
An empty Swanston Street is seen in Melbourne's Central Business District on August 5. Australia's second-most populous city has implemented a curfew
for the next six weeks.
Elementary school students walk to class in Godley, Texas, on August 5. Three rural school districts in Johnson County were among the first in the state to head back to school for in-person classes.
Poll worker Debra Moore sanitizes her workspace during a primary election in Detroit on August 4.
A stylist from Grey Matter LA cuts a client's hair on a rooftop parking lot in Los Angeles on August 4.
Paul Adamus, 7, waits at the bus stop for his first day of school in Dallas, Georgia, on August 3.
Beds are seen at a temporary field hospital set up in Hong Kong on August 1. AsiaWorld-Expo has been converted into a makeshift hospital that can take up to 500 patients.
Medical workers in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, showcase designs during a fashion show of personal protective equipment on August 1. The fashion show was held as a form of gratitude for all medical personnel who have been fighting Covid-19.
A volunteer disinfects a rooftop area in Rio de Janeiro on August 1.
Volunteer health workers disinfect a mosque prior to Eid al-Adha prayers in Kabul, Afghanistan, on July 31.
A casket carrying the body of coronavirus victim Lola M. Simmons is placed into a hearse following her funeral service in Dallas on July 30.
Relatives of Covid-19 patients line up to recharge oxygen cylinders in Villa Maria del Triunfo, Peru, on July 29.
People watch the film "The Prestige" from a gondola boat in Venice, Italy, on July 28. Around the world, many films are being shown outside so that people can practice social distancing.
Nurse Kathe Olmstead gives an injection to volunteer Melissa Harting in Binghamton, New York, on July 27. It was part of a clinical trial for a coronavirus vaccine. The trial
is the first to reach Phase 3 in the United States.
A health worker tests a child for Covid-19 at a school in New Delhi on July 27.
Portraits are taped onto seats to help theatergoers spread out in Nicosia, Cyprus, on July 27.
The casket of a coronavirus victim is carried from a funeral home in Johannesburg on July 26.
Worshippers of Legio Maria attend a prayer at their church in Nairobi, Kenya, on July 26. Places of worship have reopened in Kenya under strict guidelines.
A casket containing the remains of a coronavirus victim waits to be removed from a mortuary in Soweto, South Africa, on July 24.
Cardboard cutouts of fans are seen in Globe Life Field during a Major League Baseball game in Arlington, Texas, on July 24. The league has resumed
for a 60-game abbreviated season, but fans are not allowed to attend.
Commuters wear face masks and face shields while traveling on a public bus in Lima, Peru, on July 22. Peru has mandated masks and shields on public transportation.
Undertakers push the casket of a coronavirus victim during a funeral in Soweto, South Africa, on July 21.
A worker measures a man's temperature before allowing him to enter La Vega market in Santiago, Chile, on July 19.
Indigenous nurses in Santarem, Brazil, administer a Covid-19 test on Chief Domingos from the Arapium tribe on July 19.
People watch a video projection in Avignon, France, on July 18. Since the Avignon Theatre Festival has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, the festival's organization has been projecting plays that made its history.
Guests arrive at Disney's Epcot park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on July 15. The park was reopening,
as was Hollywood Studios, for the first time since March 15.
Doctors from the Palestinian Ministry of Health take blood samples in Hebron, West Bank, on July 15.
Health workers in Mumbai, India, screen residents for Covid-19 symptoms on July 14.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews gather for a July 13 protest over lockdown measures in Jerusalem.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson talks with a paramedic during his visit to the headquarters of the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust on July 13. Wearing face masks
in shops and supermarkets in England will be compulsory from July 24. The United Kingdom is one of the countries worst hit by coronavirus. Its fatalities trail only Brazil and the United States.
Members of the Bungoma County Isolation Team stand by the coffin of Dr. Doreen Lugaliki during her funeral in Ndalu, Kenya, on July 13. Lugaliki, 39, died from complications related to the novel coronavirus.
People play volleyball in Hermosa Beach, California, on July 12. Los Angeles County beaches were reopened after being closed over the Fourth of July weekend. California is one of almost three dozen states in which cases were rising.
The boxed cremated remains of Mexicans who died from Covid-19 are covered before a service at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York on July 11. The ashes were blessed before they were repatriated to Mexico.
In this handout photo provided by the Walt Disney World Resort, a worker welcomes guests to the Magic Kingdom Park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on July 11. The park's reopening
came the same weekend that Florida reached a record high for single-day case count increase.
Firefighters dressed in personal protective equipment prepare to distribute food at a public housing tower in North Melbourne, Australia, on July 7. Metropolitan Melbourne was placed under lockdown amid a resurgence of coronavirus cases.
Cars line up in the Hard Rock Stadium parking lot so drivers could be tested in Miami Gardens, Florida, on July 6.
Peruvian migrant Jose Collantes cries as he watches cemetery workers bury his wife, Silvia Cano, in Santiago, Chile, on July 3. She died of coronavirus complications, according to Collantes.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, wears a Washington Nationals mask June 30 as he arrives to testify at a Senate committee hearing
about the coronavirus pandemic. Fauci issued a stark warning to lawmakers, telling them he wouldn't be surprised if the United States sees new cases of coronavirus rising to a level of 100,000 a day.
A city council worker carries trash from a coronavirus testing center in Leicester, England, on June 29. Schools and stores in the city of Leicester were closing again, with some restrictions being reimposed
because of its high infection rate.
A woman walks along a road painted with circles to help people maintain social distancing in Mumbai, India, on June 29.
Agustina Cañamero and Pascual Pérez kiss each other through a plastic screen at a nursing home in Barcelona, Spain, on June 22. They've been married for 59 years.
Hugo, 3, has his temperature taken by a teacher as he arrives at kindergarten in Barcelona on June 26.
Mannequins sit at the Elpaso Bar in Ankara, Turkey, to make customers observe social distancing on June 24. The bar reopened after being closed for weeks.
A ceremonial soldier wears a face mask during Russia's Victory Day parade
in Moscow on June 24. A major celebration was originally planned to take place in May, with world leaders invited to attend, but it was postponed by the Kremlin after veterans organizations voiced concerns about the health risks such an event might pose amid the coronavirus crisis.
Health-care workers prepare to conduct Covid-19 testing in Mumbai, India, on June 23.
Malia Pena and her mother, Lisa Torriente, wear masks as they visit the beach in Santa Monica, California, on June 23. California was among 25 states that had recorded higher rates of new cases
compared to the previous week.
People worship at the Kaaba, Islam's holiest shrine, at the Grand Mosque complex in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on June 23. Saudi Arabia has announced it will hold a "very limited" Hajj celebration
A man has his throat swabbed June 17 at a Covid-19 testing site for those who were potentially exposed to the coronavirus at a wholesale food market in Beijing. For 55 days, the Chinese capital had not reported any locally transmitted infections, but a fresh cluster of coronavirus cases emerged
from a sprawling wholesale food market in the city, infecting more than 180 people as of June 19.
People are spread out as former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic Party's presumptive presidential nominee, speaks in Darby, Pennsylvania, on June 17.
A firefighter in Chennai, India, sprays disinfectant to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus on June 11.
The sun sets over a cemetery for coronavirus victims near Najaf, Iraq, on June 10.
A woman is sprayed with disinfectant before entering a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 9.
Teachers in Barcelona, Spain, try to prevent a hug between 6-year-olds Wendy Otin and Oumou Salam Niang as they meet on the first day of school following a lockdown.
Isidre Correa, who is recovering from the coronavirus, is taken to the seaside in Barcelona, Spain, on June 3. Hospital del Mar has been taking patients to the seaside as part of the recovery process.
Dealers wear masks June 3 just before the reopening of the D Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
Government health workers test a resident on the Brazilian island of Marajo on June 1.
Workers spray disinfectant inside a movie theater in Bangkok, Thailand, ahead of its reopening on May 31.
People carry the coffin of a suspected coronavirus victim at the Nueva Esperanza cemetery, on the outskirts of Lima, Peru, on May 28. Peru has the second-highest number of coronavirus cases in South America, behind Brazil.
Shaandiin P. Parrish, Miss Navajo Nation, helps distribute food and other supplies to Navajo families in Counselor, New Mexico, on May 27. Navajo Nation has been hit hard by the coronavirus.
Commuters crowd a train station in Tokyo during the morning rush hour on May 26.
Students take their spring exams at the Vallhall Sports Arena in Oslo, Norway, on May 26.
Preschool students wait to wash their hands before class in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, on May 25. The country became one of the first in West Africa to restart lessons after a two-month coronavirus shutdown.
A security official stands guard at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing as delegates leave the second plenary session of the National People's Congress.
Olivia Grant, right, hugs her grandmother, Mary Grace Sileo, through a plastic drop cloth that was hung up on a homemade clothesline in Wantagh, New York, on May 24.
Brian Carabine, a retired US Marine, replaces flags at the South End Cemetery in East Hampton, New York, just before Memorial Day.
High school graduates turn their tassels during a drive-thru graduation ceremony at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on May 22.
This aerial photo shows gravediggers working at the Vila Formosa Cemetery, on the outskirts of Sao Paulo, Brazil, on May 22. The coronavirus is surging in Brazil,
the hardest-hit country in Latin America.
Workers wear protective gear as they start a cremation oven in Ecatepec, Mexico, on May 21.
A health worker wears a face shield while checking a patient's temperature at a hospital in Toluca, Mexico, on May 21. Mexico had reported its highest number of new daily cases.
On May 21, people lower the coffin of a woman who died from the coronavirus in Srinagar, India.
Levi Tinker, resident historian and general manager of the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, makes an announcement inside the theater's empty auditorium on May 18. It was the theater's 93rd birthday celebration.
People practice social distancing in New York's Domino Park on May 17.
Nurses in Nairobi, Kenya, take part in a Zumba fitness class in the parking lot of the Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral and Research Hospital on May 17.
Kevin Harvick celebrates with a burnout after winning a NASCAR Cup Series race in Darlington, South Carolina, on May 17. It was NASCAR's first race
since its season was halted because of the pandemic. No fans were in attendance.
Angelino, a professional soccer player with the German club RB Leipzig, takes a corner kick during a Bundesliga match against Freiburg on May 16. The stadium was nearly empty, as no more than 322 people
are able to attend each Bundesliga match until the end of the season.
Mary Faye Cochran sings "You Are My Sunshine" to her son Stacey Smith from her senior-living facility in Smyrna, Georgia, on May 10. It was Mother's Day in the United States.
Pope Francis delivers a blessing from the window of his studio overlooking an empty St. Peter's Square on May 10.
The San Isidro cemetery in Mexico City, which was temporarily closed to the public to limit the spread of Covid-19, is seen in this aerial photo from May 10.
Mary Washington speaks through a window to her daughter Courtney Crosby and grandchild Sydney Crosby during a Mother's Day celebration at her senior-living facility in Smyrna.
A Briarcliff High School student participates in a parade of graduating seniors through Briarcliff Manor, New York, on May 9.
People wear face masks while watching a Victory Day military parade in Minsk, Belarus, on May 9. The parade marked the 75th anniversary of the Allied victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.
A man rides past social-distancing markers in front of a shop in Brussels, Belgium, on May 9.
A man pauses as he places the casket of a relative into a van at a busy New York funeral home on May 9.
Health-care workers wait for citizens to arrive at the Anna International Airport in Chennai, India, on May 9. People were arriving in Chennai from Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
A man wearing a face mask cycles through Chinatown in Yokohama, Japan, on May 8. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that Japan will extend its state of emergency until the end of May.
American citizens who were stranded in Syria due to the pandemic arrive at the Lebanese border on their way to the Beirut airport, where they would be leaving for the United States.
During a protest in Washington on May 7, members of National Nurses United stand among empty shoes that they say represent nurses who have died from Covid-19.
A worker helps disinfect a subway train in New York on May 6. The subway syatem was shut down for a deep-cleaning.
High school students study in a classroom in Wuhan, China, as they returned to school on May 6.
A nursery is disinfected in Cannes, France, on May 6. Nurseries in France were to gradually reopen on May 11.
Refrigerated trucks are seen at a morgue that opened in New York to assist overwhelmed funeral homes.
Migrant workers in New Delhi walk toward the Sarai Kale Khan Bus Terminus on May 3 after learning that the government was preparing to send migrant workers back to their home states during the lockdown. In March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged all states to seal their borders
to stop the coronavirus from being imported into rural areas.
People exercise on a seafront promenade in Barcelona, Spain, on May 2. Spaniards filled the country's streets to work out for the first time
after seven weeks of confinement in their homes.
Michigan state police prevent protesters from entering the chamber of the Michigan House of Representatives on April 30. The protesters were unhappy with the state's stay-at-home order. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recently extended the order through May 15, though restrictions were relaxed so some businesses could reopen.
This aerial photo shows surfers accessing Sydney's Tamarama Beach on April 29. Several Sydney beaches reopened for exercise only.
US Vice President Mike Pence visits Dennis Nelson, a patient who survived the coronavirus and was going to give blood, during a tour of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, on April 28. Pence chose not to wear a face mask during the tour
despite the facility's policy that's been in place since April 13. Pence told reporters that he wasn't wearing a mask because he's often tested for coronavirus.
A barber wears protective equipment as he cuts a customer's hair in Lausanne, Switzerland, on April 27.
After recovering from the coronavirus, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned to work
on April 27.
Health workers at a coronavirus testing center in New Delhi attend to a colleague who fainted due to exhaustion on April 27.
Families walk along a boulevard in Barcelona, Spain, on April 26. The government now allows children to go out once a day,
for one hour, within about half a mile of their homes, with one adult who lives with them. Up to three kids can go with each adult.
A muezzin, the person at a mosque who calls Muslims to daily prayers, reads the Quran at a mosque in Gaza City after Ramadan began
on April 24.
Pitrik van der Lubbe waves from a boom lift to his 88-year-old father, Henk, at his father's nursing home in Gouda, Netherlands, on April 24. Pitrik had not seen his father in more than four weeks.
Protesters shout slogans against Lebanese Central Bank governor Riad Salamé as they block Hamra Street in Beirut, Lebanon, on April 23. Anti-government protesters have been demonstrating in Beirut as they continue to endure one of its worst-ever economic crises.
A boy plays hopscotch at his home in A Coruna, Spain, on April 23.
Omar Rodriguez organizes caskets at the Gerard Neufeld Funeral Home in New York on April 22. The funeral home in Queens has been overwhelmed by the pandemic.
A dentist wears protective equipment while treating a patient in Den Bosch, Netherlands, on April 22.
Biology teachers prepare to hold an exam at a secondary school in Berlin on April 22.
A volunteer in Yangon, Myanmar, spreads calcium oxide on a road to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus on April 22.
Migrants wave from balconies at a hotel in Kranidi, Greece, on April 21. The shelter, which hosts 470 asylum seekers, was placed in isolation after a pregnant resident tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
A man disinfects a ceiling lamp at the Čobanija Mosque in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on April 21.
A nurse holds a newborn baby, wearing a face shield as a protective measure, at a maternity facility in Jakarta, Indonesia, on April 21.
Health workers at Madrid's La Paz Hospital hold a minute of silence to remember Joaquin Diaz, the hospital's chief of surgery who died because of the coronavirus.
A woman applauds from the balcony of her Paris home to show support for health care workers on April 20.
A health care worker stands in a Denver street on April 19 to counterprotest
the hundreds of people who were demanding that stay-at-home orders be lifted.
Mayor's office workers wear protective suits as they conduct a census in a Bogota, Colombia, neighborhood on April 19. They were trying to find out how many families needed to be provided with food.
A woman sticks her tongue out of a torn mask at a Reopen Maryland rally outside the State House in Annapolis, Maryland, on April 18. Residents in multiple states have been protesting stay-at-home orders.
Newly married Tyler and Caryn Suiters embrace following their marriage ceremony in Arlington, Virginia, on April 18. The Rev. Andrew Merrow and his wife, Cameron, were the only other attendees at the ceremony, which was held at St. Mary's Episcopal Church.
Abed Khankan cuts a customer's hair outdoors in Malmo, Sweden, on April 17.
Two women walk to rent a small paddle boat by the Vltava River in Prague, Czech Republic, on April 17.
Cars sit at a newly opened drive-in cinema in Dortmund, Germany, on April 17. It's in front of a former blast furnace.
Funeral workers in Manaus, Brazil, prepare the grave of a woman who is suspected to have died from the coronavirus.
A member of the Don Bosco Foundation delivers food from the Fraternitas Project, which serves vulnerable families in Seville, Spain, on April 16.
Police officers try on personal protective equipment in Amritsar, India, on April 16.
Workers in Nairobi, Kenya, fumigate the streets and the stalls of the City Park Market on April 15.
Novice Buddhist monks wear face shields at the Molilokayaram Educational Institute in Bangkok, Thailand, on April 15.
A woman sits on a bench at an empty metro station in Prague, Czech Republic, on April 15.
Health workers in Barcelona, Spain, acknowledge people who were showing their support from their balconies and windows.
Workers from the garment sector in Dhaka, Bangladesh, block a road during a protest demanding payment of unpaid wages.
A woman meets with her son in a "Quarantainer," a container devised to allow people to visit each other without risking the spread of coronavirus, at a care center in Utrecht, Netherlands, on April 14.
Firefighters transfer a patient from an ambulance in Montpelier, France, on April 14.
A cemetery worker pauses while digging graves at the San Vicente cemetery in Cordoba, Argentina, on April 14.
Workers produce protective face masks at a new factory near Tehran, Iran, on April 14.
Protesters stand outside the Statehouse Atrium in Columbus, Ohio, on April 13, to voice their opposition to stay-at-home orders.
About 100 protesters assembled outside the building during Gov. Mike DeWine's weekday update on the state's response to the pandemic.
Medical workers in Istanbul clap for 107-year-old Havahan Karadeniz as she is discharged from the hospital on April 13. She had just recovered from the coronavirus.
People in Seoul, South Korea, listen to a speech from Hwang Kyo-ahn, who is campaigning for the upcoming parliamentary elections.
A flower shop employee destroys unsold flowers in St. Petersburg, Russia, on April 13.
A police officer requests that people return to return to their homes during a gathering that marked the Bisket Jatra festival in Bhaktapur, Nepal.
A doctor in a protective chamber tests a patient for coronavirus at a walk-in kiosk in Chennai, India, on April 13.
Musicians play their instruments for a retirement home in Karben, Germany, on April 13.
A woman covers herself with plastic as heavy rain falls outside a New York hospital on April 13.
People in Jerusalem attend the funeral of Eliyahu Bakshi-Doron, Israel's former chief rabbi who died from coronavirus complications.
In Rio de Janeiro, the Christ the Redeemer statue was illuminated to make Christ look like a doctor on April 12.
Pedro Opeka, founder of the Akamasoa Association,
conducts the traditional Easter Mass in a granite quarry while maintaining social distancing in Antananarivo, Madagascar, on April 12.
Bodies are stored in a vacant room at Sinai-Grace Hospital in Detroit. Two sources told CNN that at least one room, which is typically used for studies on sleeping habits, was used to store bodies
because the morgue was full and morgue staff did not work at night.
A couple stands in a park along the Yangtze River in Wuhan, China.
Priest-in-charge Angie Smith uses her phone to broadcast an Easter service from a churchyard in Hartley Wintney, England, on April 12.
Children wave to a person dressed as the Easter Bunny during a neighborhood parade in Haverford, Pennsylvania, on April 10.
Health workers in Leganes, Spain, cry during a memorial for a co-worker who died because of the coronavirus.
Volunteers spray disinfectant in a favela in Rio de Janeiro on April 10.
A health care worker holds the hand of a coronavirus patient being moved at a hospital near Barcelona, Spain, on April 9.
Service boats spray water in London to show support for health care workers on April 9.
Employees of Hyundai Card, a credit card company, sit behind protective screens as they eat in an office cafeteria in Seoul, South Korea, on April 9.
People wait in their cars for the San Antonio Food Bank to begin food distribution on April 9.
A worker disinfects a carved cross at the Salt Cathedral in Zipaquira, Colombia, on April 8.
A cake shop employee in Athens, Greece, prepares chocolate Easter bunnies with face masks on April 8.
Californians Sarah and Aaron Sanders, along with their children, use video conferencing to celebrate a Passover Seder with other family members on April 8.
A medical staff member from China's Jilin province, center, cries while hugging nurses from Wuhan on April 8. Wuhan was reopening its borders
after 76 days.
Cars in Wuhan line up to leave at a highway toll station.
Rabbi Yaakov Kotlarsky places Passover Seder to-go packages into a car trunk in Arlington Heights, Illinois, on April 7.
A woman in London shows her support for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on April 7. Johnson was hospitalized
after his coronavirus symptoms "worsened," according to his office.
A voter checks in to cast a ballot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on April 7. The state was going through with its presidential primary
despite the pandemic.
A man is sprayed with disinfectant prior to going to a market in Tirana, Albania, on Monday, April 6.
Izzie, left, and Tippi wear ventilated dog masks in Philadelphia on April 6.
People wait in line to bury loved ones at a cemetery in Guayaquil, Ecuador, on April 6. In some parts of the overwhelmed city,
bodies have been left on the streets.
Police detain a doctor in Quetta, Pakistan, who was among dozens of health care workers protesting a lack of personal protective equipment on April 6.
A Catholic priest sprinkles holy water on devotees during Palm Sunday celebrations in Quezon City, Philippines, on Sunday, April 5.
A woman in Glasgow, Scotland, watches Britain's Queen Elizabeth II give a television address
regarding the coronavirus pandemic.
Paramilitary members unload provisions in Kampala, Uganda, on Saturday, April 4. It was the first day of government food distribution for people affected by the nation's lockdown.
A police officer wearing a coronavirus-themed outfit walks in a market in Chennai, India, to raise awareness about social distancing.
A woman in Moscow cooks while watching Russian President Vladimir Putin address the nation over the coronavirus pandemic.
The hashtag "stayhome" is projected onto the Matterhorn mountain that straddles Switzerland and Italy on April 1. The mountain was illuminated by Swiss artist Gerry Hofstetter, who is transforming buildings, monuments and landscapes all over the world to raise awareness during the pandemic.
Volunteers load food bags on a truck to deliver them to low-income families in Panama City, Panama, on April 1.
Designer Friederike Jorzig adjusts a mannequin wearing a wedding dress and a face mask at her store in Berlin on March 31.
People pray next to the grave of musician Robson de Souza Lopes after his burial in Manaus, Brazil, on March 31. According to authorities at the Amazonas Health Secretary, the 43-year-old died after being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.
Chris Lyndberg hands out a free lunch to a truck driver at a rest area along Interstate 10 in Sacaton, Arizona, on March 31. The Arizona Trucking Association was giving away 500 Dilly's Deli lunches to show its appreciation for truck drivers who have been delivering medical supplies, food and other necessities during the coronavirus pandemic.
An emergency field hospital
is constructed in New York's Central Park on March 30.
Farmers deliver vegetables to a customer in Saint-Georges-sur-Cher, France, on March 29.
People listen from their homes as priests conduct Sunday mass from a church roof in Rome on March 29.
Gyorgy David Jablonovszky and his bride, Timea, are joined by close relatives during their wedding ceremony in Miskolc, Hungary, on March 28. Because of the coronavirus, engaged couples across the globe have had to rethink their walks down the aisle.
A worker fixes partitions at a quarantine center in Guwahati, India, on March 28.
Devices used in diagnosing the coronavirus are inspected in Cheongju, South Korea, on March 27. The devices were being prepared for testing kits at the bio-diagnostic company SD Biosensor.
A student does homework in Bratislava, Slovakia, on March 27. Schools have been shut down across the world, and many children have been receiving their lessons online.
A National Guard truck sprays disinfectant in Caracas, Venezuela, on March 27.
People wearing face masks walk near the USNS Mercy after the Navy hospital ship arrived in the Los Angeles area to assist local hospitals
dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Pope Francis prays in an empty St. Peter's Square on March 27.
Coffins carrying coronavirus victims are stored in a warehouse in Ponte San Pietro, Italy, on March 26. They would be transported to another area for cremation.
Members of Iran's Revolutionary Guard prepare to take part in disinfecting the city of Tehran on March 25.
Lydia Hassebroek attends a ballet class from her home in New York on March 25.
People visit the Beijing Zoo on March 25 after it reopened its outdoor exhibits to the public.
The Olympic flame is displayed in Iwaki, Japan, on March 25, a day after the 2020 Tokyo Games were postponed.
A woman suspected of having coronavirus is helped from her home by emergency medical technicians Robert Sabia, left, and Mike Pareja, in Paterson, New Jersey, on March 24.
People practice social distancing as they wait for takeout food at a shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand, on March 24.
A tourist wears a face mask while visiting the Badaling section of the Great Wall of China on March 24. The section reopened
to visitors after being closed for two months.
People arrive at the South Municipal Cemetery in Madrid to attend the burial of a man who died from the coronavirus.
Passengers arrive at Hong Kong International Airport on March 23.
Giuseppe Corbari holds Sunday Mass in front of photographs sent in by his congregation members in Giussano, Italy, on March 22. Many religious services are being streamed online so that people can worship while still maintaining their distance from others.