Many things have changed in the new world of coronavirus. Here are a few of those changes illustrated with images.
Bangkok, Thailand A Thai family of four, wearing face masks travel in a motorbike in Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday, April 16, 2020. A month-long state of emergency remain enforced in Thailand to allow its government to impose stricter measures to control the coronavirus that has infected hundreds of people in the Southeast Asian country. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe) [ GEMUNU AMARASINGHE | AP ] Jerusalem, Israel Issa Kassissieh holds a cross while wearing a protective face mask and gloves to help curb the spread of the coronavirus as he retraces the Via Dolorosa after the traditional mass procession was cancelled in Jerusalem's old city, Friday, April 17, 2020. Christians are commemorating Jesus' crucifixion without the solemn church services or emotional processions of past years, marking Good Friday in a world locked down by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit) [ ARIEL SCHALIT | AP ] Austin, Texas People wearing protective masks past coronavirus-related murals that have been painted on closed businesses in Austin, Texas, Friday, April 17, 2020. Austin remains under stay-at-home orders due to the COVID-19 outbreak except for essential personal. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) [ ERIC GAY | AP ] Beijing, China People wearing face masks to protect themselves against the spread of the new coronavirus sit on bicycles as they wait to cross an intersection in the central business district in Beijing, Friday, April 17, 2020. China faces a drawn-out struggle to revive an economy that suffered its biggest contraction since possibly the mid-1960s after millions of people were told to stay home to fight the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein) [ MARK SCHIEFELBEIN | AP ] London, England London Ambulance staff, police officers and firefighters take part in the weekly "clap for our carers" as they stand on Westminster Bridge backdropped by a scaffolded Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in London, during the lockdown to try and stop the spread of coronavirus, Thursday, April 16, 2020. The applause takes place across Britain every Thursday at 8pm local time to show appreciation for healthcare workers, emergency services, armed services, delivery drivers, shop workers, teachers, waste collectors, manufacturers, postal workers, cleaners, vets, engineers and all those helping people with coronavirus and keeping the country functioning while most people stay at home in the lockdown. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) [ MATT DUNHAM | AP ] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Rosalind Pichardo with Prevention Point walks to greet people waiting line to receive food during the coronavirus outbreak as part of a new initiative called Step Up to the Plate in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, Friday, April 17, 2020. The program aims to help those with food insecurity and is a partnership of Broad Street Ministry, Prevention Point Philadelphia, and Project HOME, with the City of Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) [ MATT ROURKE | AP ] Manchester, New Hampshire Medical workers wave in appreciation as fire, police and emergency workers honor them at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, N.H., Friday, April 17, 2020. First responders gathered outside the hospital to thank medical workers for their efforts to save lives during the virus outbreak. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) [ CHARLES KRUPA | AP ]
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