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See pictures of events from around the world, July 1

Photographers captured moments from around the globe. From the coronavirus, protests to cities reopening.
Park Road Bridge over the Iowa River is illuminated in a rainbow of colors during Pride month, Tuesday, June 30, 2020, in Iowa City, Iowa.
Park Road Bridge over the Iowa River is illuminated in a rainbow of colors during Pride month, Tuesday, June 30, 2020, in Iowa City, Iowa. [ JOSEPH CRESS | AP ]
Published Jul. 1, 2020
Updated Jul. 8, 2020

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

New Delhi, India

An autorickshaw drives past a graffiti thanking frontline workers in the fight against the coronavirus, in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a live address Tuesday that the country's coronavirus death rate is under control, but that the country is at a "critical juncture." Since the lockdown was lifted, the caseload has shot up, making India the world's fourth-worst affected country.
An autorickshaw drives past a graffiti thanking frontline workers in the fight against the coronavirus, in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a live address Tuesday that the country's coronavirus death rate is under control, but that the country is at a "critical juncture." Since the lockdown was lifted, the caseload has shot up, making India the world's fourth-worst affected country. [ MANISH SWARUP | AP ]

Cheltenham, England

Britain's Prince Charles, looks at a Gloucestershire Old Spot pig with her piglets during a visit to Cotswold Farm Park in Guiting Power near Cheltenham, England, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The visit to Cotswold Farm Park highlights the important work that these farm parks do in preserving British native breeds, encouraging visitors to return to them when they re-open and go back regularly throughout the year to watch the animals change and grow.
Britain's Prince Charles, looks at a Gloucestershire Old Spot pig with her piglets during a visit to Cotswold Farm Park in Guiting Power near Cheltenham, England, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The visit to Cotswold Farm Park highlights the important work that these farm parks do in preserving British native breeds, encouraging visitors to return to them when they re-open and go back regularly throughout the year to watch the animals change and grow. [ KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH | AP ]

Jakarta, Indonesia

Women wearing protective face masks pass an advertisement promoting awareness of the coronavirus outbreak at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The government of Indonesia's capital region is extending the first transition phase from large-scale social restrictions in Jakarta as the number of new confirmed coronavirus cases continues to rise.
Women wearing protective face masks pass an advertisement promoting awareness of the coronavirus outbreak at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The government of Indonesia's capital region is extending the first transition phase from large-scale social restrictions in Jakarta as the number of new confirmed coronavirus cases continues to rise. [ TATAN SYUFLANA | AP ]

London, England

Norwich City's Todd Cantwell, right, and Arsenal's Shkodran Mustafi during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Norwich City at the Emirates Stadium in London, England, Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
Norwich City's Todd Cantwell, right, and Arsenal's Shkodran Mustafi during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Norwich City at the Emirates Stadium in London, England, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. [ RICHARD HEATHCOTE | AP ]

Moscow, Russia

A voter wearing a face mask and gloves to protect against the coronavirus casts his ballot at a polling station at Kazansky railway station in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The vote on the constitutional amendments that would reset the clock on Russian President Vladimir Putin's tenure and enable him to serve two more six-year terms is set to wrap up Wednesday.
A voter wearing a face mask and gloves to protect against the coronavirus casts his ballot at a polling station at Kazansky railway station in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The vote on the constitutional amendments that would reset the clock on Russian President Vladimir Putin's tenure and enable him to serve two more six-year terms is set to wrap up Wednesday. [ PAVEL GOLOVKIN | AP ]

New York City, New York

Protesters raise their cups as bottles of champagne were passed around the crowd and they were called together to salute their movement, in their encampment, adjacent to City Hall, in New York, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. New York City lawmakers approved an austere budget early Wednesday that will shift $1 billion from policing to education and social services in the coming year, acknowledging protesters' demands to cut police spending Ñ but falling short of what activists sought.
Protesters raise their cups as bottles of champagne were passed around the crowd and they were called together to salute their movement, in their encampment, adjacent to City Hall, in New York, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. New York City lawmakers approved an austere budget early Wednesday that will shift $1 billion from policing to education and social services in the coming year, acknowledging protesters' demands to cut police spending Ñ but falling short of what activists sought. [ MARK LENNIHAN | AP ]

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