Coronavirus latest: UAE sterilisation programme to continue until April 5 as cases rise

Coronavirus latest: UAE sterilisation programme to continue until April 5 as cases rise
Coronavirus latest: UAE sterilisation programme to continue until April 5 as cases rise

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - People wait in a queue to be screened at a fever clinic at Huanggang Zhongxin Hospital in Huanggang, in China's central Hubei province. AFP

A security guard conducts a thermal check on a woman at a supermarket in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. EPA

A police water cannon truck sprays disinfectant in the streets to curb the spread of coronavirus in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. EPA

Two people sit alone in the empty arrivals area of the international terminal at Ngurah Rai International Airport near Denpasar on Indonesia's resort island of Bali. AFP

A passenger walks back onto the MV Artania after being attended by waiting paramedics on the wharf at the Fremantle Passenger Terminal in Fremantle, Australia. Getty Images

Red Cross workers prepare emergency relief kits in Seoul, South Korea. Getty Images

People stand on markings to maintain social distancing in Kathmandu, Nepal. Reuters

A floor trader works in an off-site trading office built when the New York Stock Exchange closed. Reuters

Gonzalo Acuna plays his accordion to lift his parents' spirits in Concepcion, Chile. Reuters

Visitors with face masks are seen at an enclosure for baboons at a zoo that reopened in Chengdu, Sichuan province, China. Reuters

Resident Jillian Kislow makes face masks for her friends in her kitchen in Pasadena, California, USA. Reuters

A deserted highway is seen in Cape Town after South Africa went into a nationwide lockdown for 21 days. AP Photo

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