Coronavirus: Delhi to get 500 converted rail coaches for patients

Coronavirus: Delhi to get 500 converted rail coaches for patients
Coronavirus: Delhi to get 500 converted rail coaches for patients

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Jean Paul Benavente, Governor of Cusco, talks to experts and authorities assessing the new health and distancing protocols in order to reopen the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu (background) to the public on July 1 during a visit to the ruin grounds on June 12, 2020. AFP

Professionals, amateurs and supporters of bullfighting take part in a protest, calling for support of their businesses from the government in Seville, Spain. Getty Images

Maestranza bullring, closed during the coronavirus lockdown measures in Seville, Spain. Getty Images

Founder of COVID Thailand Aid, Natalie Bin Narkprasert, left, and Alex Vazquez from Mexican give food to a woman at the railway-side community in Bangkok, Thailand. AP Photo

The beach is empty where a few tourists spend time on the waters' edge in Cancun, Mexico. AP Photo

Job seekers stand in line to have their temperatures checked before a job test at a school in Seoul, South Korea. EPA

Tourists wait to check in at the airport in Cancun, Mexico. In Quintana Roo state, where Cancun is located, tourism is the only industry there is, and Cancun is the only major Mexican resort to reopen so far. AP Photo

A vendor wears a face mask as he sells balloons near the Bogor Palace in Bogor, Indonesia. The Indonesian government has imposed a new set of regulations known as 'new normal', which will be implemented in stages, starting in early June for some provinces. EPA

Two Muslim women wear face masks near the Bogor Palace in Bogor, Indonesia. EPA

Participants take part in a Pride Run during the Shanghai Pride festival, in Shanghai, following the coronavirus disease outbreak, China. Reuters

People flutter improvised white flags along a road to show their need for food during a mandatory quarantine imposed by the government against the spread of the new coronavirus in San Pedro Perulapan, El Salvador. AFP

Bishop O'Connell High School graduates Michael Gallo, Daniel Cahill and Rafael Ruiz process during a front yard drive-in coronavirus honorary graduation ceremony at a home in Falls Church, Virginia, US. Reuters

People drink outside a bar during the reopening phase following the coronavirus outbreak in the East Village neighbourhood of New York City, New York, US. Reuters

Nadia Williams, centre, is surprised to see her mother, Anita Turner, left, upon exiting a building at Park Springs elder care facility in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Workers who agreed to live at Park Springs to keep its residents safe from the coronavirus are back with their loved ones for the first time in nearly three months. AP Photo

Teisha Roberts, center, a nursing director, is greeted by her family as she prepares to leave Park Springs elder care facility in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Workers who agreed to live at Park Springs to keep its residents safe from the coronavirus are back with their loved ones for the first time in nearly three months. AP Photo

Elisabete Nagata (top) hugs her 76-year-old sister-in-law Luiza Nagata, through a transparent plastic curtain at a senior nursing home in Sao Paulo, Brazil amid the pandemic. AFP

Danielle Espinoza, right, listens as hairstylist Wendy Newsome, in Portland, Oregon., provides a virtual guided haircut over their computers through Zoom during the coronavirus outbreak in San Francisco. AP Photo

A man wearing a pink tutu rides a bicycle past the Coliseum monument as he takes part in a "Rome Pride LGBTI" flashmob in Rome, as the country eases its lockdown. AFP

An electic-rickshaw drier rides past a mural painted on a garbage dump after the government eased a nationwide lockdown imposed as a preventive measure against the coronavirus in New Delhi. AFP

Demonstrators sit on the ground with placards during a coronavirus protest in Kathmandu, Nepal. EPA

A deserted market during partial lockdown in Lahore, Pakistan. EPA

Sri Lankan election officials take part in a mock election in Negombo, Sri Lanka. EPA

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