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See pictures of coronavirus impact from around the world, May 15

Photographers captured moments related to COVID-19 during the second week of May.

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

San Antonio, Texas

Jerry A. Mann, center, watches as his grandmother, Sylvia Rubio, is tested for COVID-19 by the San Antonio Fire Department at a free walk-up test site set up to help underserved and minority communities in San Antonio, Thursday, May 14, 2020. Texas attorney general Ken Paxton has warned officials in San Antonio, Austin and Dallas that the cities could face lawsuits if they do not relax coronavirus measures he says go further than state law allows. [ERIC GAY | AP]

Lehde, Germany

Andrea Bunar, postwoman of the German Post, make her way on her yellow Spreewald punt in Lehde, Germany, Thursday, May 14, 2020. As of today, the mail is being brought back to the Spreewald by barge. Bunar is again bringing letters and parcels via the waterways to the Spreewald village Lehde. [PATRICK PLEUL | AP]

Washington, D.C.

The Washington Monument is visible as ​Kristof Grina, Co-Founder & Farm Director for Up Top Acres, works wearing a mask at sunrise on one of their rooftop farms in the Navy Yard neighborhood, Thursday, May 14, 2020, in Washington. Up Top Acres is a small group of urban farmers that has been working with building owners in the Washington region to turn unused rooftop space into farmland that can produce food to be sold as close to where it is grown as possible. The group helped get a property tax abatement law passed in the District for any property owner incorporating agriculture of any kind up to $20,000 per building and so far Up Top Acres is working with 9 properties totaling 2 acres. [ANDREW HARNIK | AP]

Vienna, Austria

A waiter wears a face mask as he carries beer through a restaurant in Vienna, Austria, Thursday, May 14, 2020. In Austria restaurants may open again under certain conditions from Friday on. The Austrian government has moved to restrict freedom of movement for people, in an effort to slow the onset of the COVID-19 coronavirus. [RONALD ZAK | AP]

Lansing, Michigan

A protester wears a gas mask and carries an American flag during a rally in response to Michigan’s coronavirus stay-at-home order at the State Capitol in Lansing, Mich., Thursday, May 14, 2020. [PAUL SANCYA | AP]

Paris, France

A child walks in her classroom as others wait outside at the Vaucanson school, in Paris, Thursday, May 14, 2020. The government has allowed parents to keep children at home amid fears prompted by the COVID-19, as France is one of the hardest-hit countries in the world. Authorities say 86% of preschools and primary schools are reopening this week. [THIBAULT CAMUS | AP]

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