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The Week in Pictures: Coronavirus tightens vise around the globe

The number of coronavirus cases worldwide has surpassed 1 million, with more than 51,000 deaths.

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A woman with a face mask walks down an empty street in the usually busy Eminonu district of Istanbul on April 1.

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New York City

Medical workers wait to remove a body from Brooklyn Hospital on March 31.

Hospitals in New York have been forced to use refrigerated trucks to store the dead. 

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Police officers patrol an almost empty Red Square in Moscow on March 30.

President Vladimir Putin says the country has managed to slow down the spread of coronavirus but should be prepared for contagions to quickly grow.

Alexander Zemlianichenko / AP
Image: Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Kirkland


Judie Shape, 81, who had been diagnosed with COVID-19 and was a resident at Life Care Center of Kirkland, the long-term care facility linked to confirmed coronavirus cases in Washington state, leaves the center with her daughter on March 26. 

David Ryder / Reuters

New York City

Members of Samaritans's Purse, an international Christian humanitarian organization, put the finishing touches on a field hospital in Central Park in Manhattan on March 30.

The 68-bed field hospital is equipped to serve as a respiratory care unit.

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New York City

A healthcare worker sits on a bench near Central Park on March 30.

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Image: Beaches on the Pacific Ocean lie empty after Los Angeles issued a stay-at-home order and closed beaches and state parks, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Manhattan Beach


Empty beaches in Manhattan Beach on April 2 after Los Angeles issued a stay-at-home order and closed beaches and state parks.

Lucy Nicholson / Reuters


Coffins of coronavirus victims are stored in an underground parking lot at the Collserola funeral home in Barcelona on April 2.

Felipe Dana / AP


A medical worker watches through the window of a medicalized TGV high speed train before its departure from the Gare d'Austerlitz station in Paris on April 1.

The train is evacuating patients from Paris-area hospitals to hospitals in Brittany where the outbreak has been limited so far. 

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Fabian Ramirez, 11, and members of his family, search for discarded vegetables inside a trash bin at the "Mercado de Abasto," a market for vendors, in Asuncion on April 2.

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A volunteer disinfects a public bus station in Curitiba on April 1.

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he is strongly considering a ban on travel from Brazil, where his close ally Jair Bolsonaro is dismissing the danger of the coronavirus, causing controversy by claiming that is no more than a "little flu."

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James Campbell runs a charity marathon in his garden to raise funds for the National Health Service in Cheltenham, England, on April 1.

Campbell calculated he would have to traverse his yard at least 7,000 times to reach 26.2 miles.

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The Matterhorn is illuminated with "#Hope" by Swiss light artist Gerry Hofstetter in the alpine resort of Zermatt on March 26.

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Farm workers harvest zucchini at Sam Accursio and Son's Farm in Florida City on April 1.

Sergio Martinez, a harvest crew supervisor, said that the coronavirus pandemic has caused them "to have to throw crops away due to less demand for produce in stores and restaurants. The farm workers who are essential to providing food for homebound families are worried that if the restaurants stay closed and peoples changed grocery store habits continue they would be out of work with no work for the near future."

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New York City

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter flies above USNS Comfort, a naval hospital ship with a 1,000 bed-capacity, as it enters New York Harbor on March 30.

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A customer pays for vegetables over barriers set up to keep customers at a distance in Wuhan, the epicenter of China's coronavirus outbreak, on April 1.

Aly Song / Reuters
Image: The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Newcastle-under-Lyme


A student at Westlands Primary School paints a poster supporting her mother who works for the U.K.'s National Health Service at Newcastle-under-Lyme on April 2.

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Image: Shoppers queue at a grocery store during a nationwide 21 day lockdown in an attempt to contain the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Chatsworth near Durban

South Africa

Shoppers sit on their carts while waiting outside a grocery store during a nationwide lockdown in Chatsworth, South Africa, on March 31.

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San Francisco

Windows are lit in the shape of a heart at the InterContinental Hotel in San Francisco on April 1.

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Trainers on the ground direct residents exercising on their balconies in Nantes, France, on March 27. 

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New York City

A pharmacist works in the Elmhurst neighborhood of Queens on April 1.

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A Red Cross volunteer takes a man's temperature before he can enter Nakasero market in Kampala, Uganda, on April 1.

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Vatican City

Pope Francis presides over a moment of prayer during the Urbi et Orbi Blessing at St. Peter's Square on March 27.

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Jason Baird, dressed as Spider-Man, entertains children stuck at home in Stockport, England, on April 1.

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A girl waits for her father to return with food at a school in New Delhi where her family is being quarantined on March 31.


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Members of the Charitable Brotherhood of Saint-Eloi de Bethune carry a coffin to a grave at Pierrette cemetery in Bethune, France, on March 27.

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Washington, D.C.

President Donald Trump departs after addressing the coronavirus task force daily briefing as Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, stands by at the White House on March 26.

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

Panama City

A passenger of Holland America's cruise ship Zaandam sits by a window as the ship navigates through the Panama Canal on March 29.

The Zaandam spent two weeks at sea with passengers who contracted coronavirus and was barred from South American ports.

Four people died on the ship, at least two of them from the coronavirus. 

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Doctors and nurses during a break at the end of their shifts in Rome, Bergamo and Brescia, on March 27.

The intensive care doctors and nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic in Italy are often almost unrecognizable behind their masks, scrubs, gloves and hairnets, their only barrier to contagion. Associated Press photographers fanned out to photograph them during rare breaks from hospital intensive care units in three cities. In each case, doctors, nurses and paramedics posed in front of forest green surgical drapes, the bland backdrop of their sterile wards.

Domenico Stinellis, Antonio Calanni, Luca Bruno / AP
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New York

A 4-year-old undocumented Honduran immigrant stands inside his bedroom window on March 30 in Mineola, N.Y.

The nine immigrants who share a Long Island rental house self-quarantined after one became ill with fever and the rest quickly followed. Most are largely recovered but never received tests for COVID-19. The coronavirus pandemic has been especially difficult for undocumented communities, who lack unemployment protections, health insurance and fear deportation if authorities know their whereabouts.

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South Africa

South African Police Service arrest suspects who defied the lockdown order in Johannesburg  on March 27.

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New York City

One World Trade Center is illuminated in red, white and blue in recognition of the ongoing nationwide effort to combat coronavirus on March 30.

The Week in Pictures: The world in the grip of a spreading virus

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