The Week in Pictures: Drive-up Easter and tributes to those we lost
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the world has topped 2 million.
A soldier assigned to the 1st Battalion, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment salutes while wearing a mask during U.S. Army Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Robert M. Belch's funeral at Arlington National Cemetery on April 14, 2020. Belch served in the Army for 26 years, where he was a Combat Engineer with the 42nd Infantry, 142nd Combat Engineer Battalion, Rainbow Division. The decorated World War II veteran earned several commendations including the Legion of Merit.
Hospital workers wave and cheer outside the Westchester Medical Center as first responders pass by in a caravan of sirens and lights on April 14 in Valhalla, N.Y.
The first responders arrived in EMS ambulances, fire department trucks and police vehicles to give thanks to health care workers for their efforts in combating the coronavirus pandemic in Westchester County. Medical staff emerged from the hospital to return the love at the emotional event, held at dusk.
A cashier wears a face mask in a supermarket in Givors, near Lyon, France, on the 30th day of a strict lockdown on April 15.
People stand apart as they do stretches along rail tracks in Bandung, Indonesia, on April 15.
Residents applaud in support of healthcare workers in Paris on April 14.
New York City
He's still at it.
Street performer Robert John Burck, aka "The Naked Cowboy," plays guitar in an almost deserted Times Square on April 13.
A mother entertains her children with makeshift masks made of cabbage as she cooks in Beit Lahia, Gaza, on April 16.
Protesters shout outside the statehouse atrium where reporters listen to Gov. Mike DeWine's update on the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Columbus on April 13.
About 100 people assembled outside the building to protest the state's continued stay at home order and non-essential business closures.
President Donald Trump leaves the Rose Garden after speaking about the coronavirus on April 14.
Residents walk in front of a home destroyed by a tornado on April 13 near Nixville, S.C.
A string of storms across the southern United States produced multiple tornados resulting in more than 30 deaths and dozens more injuries. The disaster has left states scrambling on how to enforce social distancing and stay-at-home orders amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A Fire Department EMT arrives to a patient with COVID-19 symptoms on April 14 in Yonkers, N.Y.
A wrestler rests in a gym opened for him in Dakar on April 15. Professional Senegalese wrestlers who usually train in specialized gyms now train alone in smaller gyms, in small teams on the beach or at their house.
A worker applies varnish to a coffin at the Eurocoffin factory in Barcelona on April 16. The factory has tripled its daily production to cope with the increase in demand related to COVID-19 deaths.
EMTs assist a woman who was having difficulty breathing on April 15 in New York City.
A nurse holds a newborn baby wearing a face shield as a protective measure at a clinic in Bireuen, Aceh province, Indonesia, on April 15.
A pack of jackals eats dog food left for them at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv on April 11. With Tel Aviv in lockdown due to the coronavirus crisis, the sprawling park is all but empty, clearing the way for packs of jackals to take over this urban oasis in the heart of the city as they search for food.
A juggler entertains residents in Prague on April 14.
The D.C.-area Motown band "The Tribe" performs a social distance concert for residents of the Goodwin House senior living community in Arlington on April 14.
Archbishop Bernard Hebda's cap is blown away by a gust of wind while he and Auxiliary Bishop Andrew Cozzens offer special Easter Blessings from the Bishops in Saint Paul, Minn., on April 12.
Hashim, an essential worker in the healthcare industry, greets his daughter through a closed door in New Rochelle, N.Y., on April 11.
Terrie Culver celebrates Easter during a "drive-up" church service at the Family Worship Center on April 12 in Beloit. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers authorized churches to hold drive-up services, despite the shelter-in-place order, as long as congregants avoided person-to-person contact.
Richard Lucas dressed as the Easter Bunny waves to families as he rides in his convertible around his Capitol Hill neighborhood in Washington, D.C., on April 12.
Felix and his mother Naomi Hassebroek look at her sister's newborn baby through a the glass pane of a door while dropping off a bag of supplies for Easter Sunday in Brooklyn, N.Y., on April 11.
Health workers hug during a tribute for their co-worker Esteban, a male nurse who died of COVID-19, outside the Severo Ochoa Hospital in Leganes, Spain, on April 13.
A volunteer plays with a cat before distributing willow branches, an Orthodox Palm Sunday tradition, in Bucharest on April 12.
New York City
Nurses and healthcare workers mourn their colleagues during a demonstration outside Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan on April 10.
A nurse attends to a patient in a CPAP helmet while he is moved out of the Intensive Care Unit at the Pope John XXIII Hospital in Bergamo on April 7. The number of new COVID-19 cases appears to be decreasing in Italy, including in the province of Bergamo, one of its hardest-hit areas.
Travelers in protective suits at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after the lockdown was lifted in Wuhan on April 10.
A lone passenger sleeps in an empty Amtrak car as the train pulls into Penn Station in Baltimore on April 9.