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See pictures of coronavirus impact from around the world, April 20

Photographers captured moments related to COVID-19 during the third week in April.

Many things have changed in the new world of coronavirus. Here are a few of those changes illustrated with images.

Denver, Colorado

A protester waves an American flag during a car protest against the stay-at-home order issued by Colorado Governor Jared Polis to stem the spread of the new coronavirus Sunday, April 19, 2020, in Denver. [DAVID ZALUBOWSKI | AP]

Nashville, Tennessee

A driver displays an alternate opinion as she passes protesters demonstrating at the Tennessee state capitol to speak out against the state's handling of the COVID-19 outbreak Sunday, April 19, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn. Tennessee is under a stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus outbreak except for essential personnel. [MARK HUMPHREY | AP]

La Paz, Bolivia

City workers wait for people to walk through a tunnel that sprays disinfectant, in an attempt to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, at the entrance to the community of Mallasa on the outskirts of La Paz, Bolivia, Monday, April 20, 2020. [JUAN KARITA | AP]

Havana, Cuba

Leslie Amat, a Cuban triathlon athlete, swims in a pool with straps that keep her from advancing, under the watch of her trainer Dioseles Fernandez in the patio of her home in Havana, Cuba, Monday, April 20, 2020. Amat aims to classify for the 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics using improvised equipment helping her to train indoors, amid the quarantine put in place to contain the spread of the new coronavirus. [ISMAEL FRANCISCO | AP]

Johannesburg, South Africa

South African National Defense Forces patrol the Sjwetla informal settlement after pushing back residents into their homes, on the outskirts of the Alexandra township in Johannesburg, Monday, April 20, 2020. The residents were protesting the lack of food. Many have lost their income as South Africa is under a strict five-week lockdown in a effort to fight the coronavirus pandemic. [JEROME DELAY | AP]

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A worker builds new niches at the Caju Cemetery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, April 20, 2020. There were already plans this year to create more tombs at Caju but the new coronavirus pandemic accelerated the construction. [SILVIA IZQUIERDO | AP]

Montevideo, Uruguay

A city worker disinfects a bus stop to help prevent the spread of new coronavirus in Montevideo, Uruguay, late night Sunday, April 19, 2020. [MATILDE CAMPODONICO | AP]

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Gerardo Bertollo stands inside the butchery where he works at the Mataderos meat market in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monday, April 20, 2020. According to butchers, sales have dropped at least 50% since the lockdown to help contain the spread of the new coronavirus. [NATACHA PISARENKO | AP]

Athens, Greece

A woman wearing a mask to protect against the spread of the coronavirus is seen through in mirror as she walks in Syntagma square, in central Athens during a lockdown order by the Greek government on Monday, April 20, 2020. Greek authorities have tightened lockdown enforcement against the COVID-19 during the Orthodox Easter, when people traditionally flock to rural family homes for the most popular event on the country's religious calendar. [PETROS GIANNAKOURIS | AP]

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