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See pictures of coronavirus impact from around the world, May 28

Photographers captured moments related to COVID-19 during the last week in May.
Artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada works on a 20,000 square foot mural of a healthcare worker near the Queens Museum, back left, and the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, back center, in the Queens borough of New York, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. The mural is to honor those who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic, especially minority healthcare workers. The portrait was inspired by Dr. Ydelfonso Decoo, an immigrant doctor who died from coronavirus complications while serving hard-hit communities of color.
Artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada works on a 20,000 square foot mural of a healthcare worker near the Queens Museum, back left, and the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, back center, in the Queens borough of New York, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. The mural is to honor those who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic, especially minority healthcare workers. The portrait was inspired by Dr. Ydelfonso Decoo, an immigrant doctor who died from coronavirus complications while serving hard-hit communities of color. [ SETH WENIG | AP ]
Published May 27, 2020
Updated May 28, 2020

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

Beijing, China

Women in period dress and wearing face masks to protect against the new coronavirus walk outside the entrance to the Forbidden City in Beijing, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) concluded its session in Beijing on Wednesday, part of the annual meetings of China's two top legislative bodies.
Women in period dress and wearing face masks to protect against the new coronavirus walk outside the entrance to the Forbidden City in Beijing, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) concluded its session in Beijing on Wednesday, part of the annual meetings of China's two top legislative bodies. [ MARK SCHIEFELBEIN | AP ]

Paris, France

A man and a woman demonstrate dining under a plastic shield Wednesday, May 27, 2020 in a restaurant of Paris. As restaurants in food-loving France prepare to reopen, some are investing in lampshade-like plastic shields to protect diners from the virus. The strange-looking contraptions are among experiments restaurants are trying around the world as they try to lure back clientele while keeping them virus-free.
A man and a woman demonstrate dining under a plastic shield Wednesday, May 27, 2020 in a restaurant of Paris. As restaurants in food-loving France prepare to reopen, some are investing in lampshade-like plastic shields to protect diners from the virus. The strange-looking contraptions are among experiments restaurants are trying around the world as they try to lure back clientele while keeping them virus-free. [ THIBAULT CAMUS | AP ]

Guarulhos, Brazil

A man walks through an almost empty corridor inside the Sao Paulo International Airport in Guarulhos, Brazil, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. According to the airport administration, Brazil's busiest airport has had an average reduction of 85% in flights, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A man walks through an almost empty corridor inside the Sao Paulo International Airport in Guarulhos, Brazil, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. According to the airport administration, Brazil's busiest airport has had an average reduction of 85% in flights, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [ ANDRE PENNER | AP ]

Madrid, Spain

A closed carousel due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Flags are flying at half-staff on more than 14,000 public buildings in Spain as the European nation holds its first of 10 days of national mourning for the victims of the coronavirus. The 10-day period is the longest national mourning declared in Spain since the restoration of democracy in the late 1970s.
A closed carousel due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Flags are flying at half-staff on more than 14,000 public buildings in Spain as the European nation holds its first of 10 days of national mourning for the victims of the coronavirus. The 10-day period is the longest national mourning declared in Spain since the restoration of democracy in the late 1970s. [ BERNAT ARMANGUE | AP ]

Lima, Peru

A man who works transporting merchandise for vendors and shoppers wears a mask due to the new coronavirus pandemic at a fish market in the Villa Maria del Triunfo district on the outskirts from Lima, Peru, Wednesday, May 27, 2020.
A man who works transporting merchandise for vendors and shoppers wears a mask due to the new coronavirus pandemic at a fish market in the Villa Maria del Triunfo district on the outskirts from Lima, Peru, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. [ RODRIGO ABD | AP ]

Bangkok, Thailand

A man offers alms to monks outside the temple of the Emerald Buddha at dawn in Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Thai government continues to ease restrictions related to running business in capital Bangkok that were imposed weeks ago to combat the spread of COVID-19.
A man offers alms to monks outside the temple of the Emerald Buddha at dawn in Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Thai government continues to ease restrictions related to running business in capital Bangkok that were imposed weeks ago to combat the spread of COVID-19. [ GEMUNU AMARASINGHE | AP ]

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