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Differing coronavirus lockdown procedures have caused an interesting problem for the border city.
The Maesa Elephant Camp is home to 78 elephants, who've been relieved of tourist duties for now.
People left gummy candies, cookies and pies for West Midlands paramedics.
The priest was 72 and suffering from COVID-19 when he gave up his parish-bought respirator.
Norway's prime minister held a children-only press conference to answer their biggest questions about the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Venice Canal waters are also running clearer as COVID-19 keeps tourists and cruise ships away.
The show introduced new participants in March, who were told not to say anything about COVID-19.
Video shows thousands of monkeys that live in a temple complex in Lophuri taking to the streets.
Many of the Royal Family's typical events have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Fatbergs are created when items like wet wipes and paper towel combine with oil, grease and fat in the sewage system.
Air and water quality have improved in countries like Italy and China, places most gravely hit by COVID-19.
Siena residents sang an eerie version of 'Canto Della Verbena' out of their windows.
Students in the photo donned stereotypical Chinese outfits and held up a "Corona Time" sign.
Saudi Aramco says it did not sanction the costume in the photos, which appear to have been taken at the oil company's headquarters.
Approximately 3,500 people gathered in Landerneau, France to break a Guinness World Record, despite a ban on large crowds.
The cancellation comes after the Swiss government put an immediate ban on all public and private events involving more than 1,000 people.
Six-hundred holidaymakers from a total of 25 countries are to complete a 14-day quarantine.
Brazil confirmed its first novel coronavirus case, meaning the virus has appeared on every continent except Antarctica.