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USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING-FLORIDA
RTXC1LWC
May 05, 2021
Jay Cardiello who walks his dog near his new home says "I feel lucky to have bought a home early last...
Tampa, UNITED STATES
Housing boom comes to Florida
Jay Cardiello who walks his dog near his new home says "I feel lucky to have bought a home early last year before the pandemic" in Tampa, Florida, U.S., May 5, 2021. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-CHEER DANCERS
RTXC0JO7
April 23, 2021
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, colours in an adult colouring...
Yokohama, Japan
The Wider Image: Don't call us grannies: Meet Japan's senior cheer squad
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, colours in an adult colouring book, on the day Japan declared its third state of emergency, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at her home in Yokohama, Japan, April 23, 2021. Picture taken April 23, 2021. "The last three or four years I've started to feel tired a lot more easily. Then having to be home because of the pandemic really meant my stamina fell. I don't feel anything while I'm practicing, but then the next day I feel pretty tired," Takino said. "I forget everything while I'm dancing." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON CHEER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
Coronavirus
Coronavirus
Canadian ICU feels crush amid variant-driven COVID surge
28 PICTURES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DAUGHTER-CANCER
RTXBI5PY
April 15, 2021
Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 15-year-old cancer patient, and her mother Marisa Ford watch a personal video...
TAL-QROQQ, Malta
The Wider Image: The first photo I ever took of my daughter, and the last
Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 15-year-old cancer patient, and her mother Marisa Ford watch a personal video message for Rebecca from U.S. actor David Schwimmer in her room in Rainbow Ward at Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre in Mater Dei Hospital, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tal-Qroqq, Malta December 8, 2020. Rebecca was a huge fan of the TV sitcom Friends and she and her father binge-watched all ten seasons of the show for a second time while in hospital. Schwimmer later said, "I know how much the show meant to her, and I feel so honored to have brought her any additional moments of joy or distraction those last weeks." REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi SEARCH "REBECCA LUPI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DAUGHTER-CANCER
RTXBI5PJ
April 15, 2021
Nurse Pauline Falzon prepares an intravenous antibiotics infusion for Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 14-year-old...
TAL-QROQQ, Malta
The Wider Image: The first photo I ever took of my daughter, and the last
Nurse Pauline Falzon prepares an intravenous antibiotics infusion for Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 14-year-old cancer patient, as Rebecca takes part in an online computer studies lesson in her room at Rainbow Ward in Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre at Mater Dei Hospital, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tal-Qroqq, Malta, June 1, 2020. Rebecca's pleas for online education for ill children to continue post COVID-19 caught the attention of the national media and the authorities. "Once online school became real, I actually found studying fun! I hadn't studied in months because I never felt up to just reading the notes my friends had given me. I feel that joining some of the lessons, after being out of school for so long, made my teachers, friends and myself very happy!" said Rebecca at the time. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi SEARCH "REBECCA LUPI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DAUGHTER-CANCER
RTXBI5P4
April 15, 2021
Nurse Will Grima reaches Rebecca Zammit Lupi's Hickman line to administer medication through it as she...
TAL-QROQQ, Malta
The Wider Image: The first photo I ever took of my daughter, and the last
Nurse Will Grima reaches Rebecca Zammit Lupi's Hickman line to administer medication through it as she sleeps in her room in Rainbow Ward at Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre in Mater Dei Hospital, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tal-Qroqq, Malta October 8, 2020. Grima said, "Working with teens, children and babies, you get to see them overcome tribulations and watch as they grow from them. Sadly, sometimes the challenge is too great. In those times, we try to make whatever time they have as meaningful as possible. I can remember the excitement on Rebecca's face when she would show me one of the games she had been playing with Darrin: Sky. She'd explain the mechanics of the game to me, show me some outfits she'd received for her character and so on. You could see from the way her face lit up that she was enjoying it, so when I had some free time I'd try to steal a few minutes and watch Rebecca play. She'd either be showing her father the ropes as they played together, or blasting through levels with pinpoint accuracy from all the practice. Memories like these are bittersweet; I can't help but feel sad about what Rebecca and her parents had to endure, yet it's moments like those that make our line of work meaningful." REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi SEARCH "REBECCA LUPI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-CHEER DANCERS
RTXC0JR0
April 12, 2021
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, leaves the studio after filming...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Don't call us grannies: Meet Japan's senior cheer squad
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, leaves the studio after filming a dance routine for an online performance in Tokyo, Japan, April 12, 2021. Picture taken April 12, 2021. "The last three or four years I've started to feel tired a lot more easily. Then having to be home because of the pandemic really meant my stamina fell. I don't feel anything while I'm practicing, but then the next day I feel pretty tired," Takino said. "I forget everything while I'm dancing." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON CHEER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBF702
April 12, 2021
Long COVID sufferer Shalini Arias, a 23-year-old anthropologist, poses for a photograph taken through...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
Long COVID sufferer Shalini Arias, a 23-year-old anthropologist, poses for a photograph taken through blue plastic, in Madrid, Spain, March 5, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. As some doctors shrugged off her symptoms, Arias resorted to leaning on her support network. "They don't judge me, and they have helped me learn to live with this the best possible way I can," she said. Arias got a friend to design a tattoo for her to remind herself of the importance of her network of family, friends and colleagues. "It signifies growth and love, the love and support I feel from all the people who are helping me get through these difficult times." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
Wider Image
Wider Image
The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
30 PICTURES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOIC
April 12, 2021
Long COVID sufferer Susana Matarranz, a 44-year-old primary school teacher, poses for a photograph taken...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
Long COVID sufferer Susana Matarranz, a 44-year-old primary school teacher, poses for a photograph taken through blue plastic, in Madrid, Spain, March 8, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Matarranz gets emotional when she explains how much she misses her students. Matarranz got infected on March 1, 2020. At first, she only noticed the loss of smell and taste, but soon afterwards she started suffering from severe stomach problems and acute joint pain. "My right collar bone is swollen, I can barely lift my arm, I feel like I have aged prematurely," she said. Matarranz returned to work in September, but got infected a second time in November and hasn't been able to continue teaching ever since. "The part of me that is my profession is empty, like that blackboard. A piece of my heart, which are my students, whom I love dearly, feels empty and I feel like at this moment there's nothing I can do to fill it in." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOIB
April 12, 2021
Long COVID sufferer Anna Kemp, a 51-year-old script translator from Britain who has been living in Spain...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
Long COVID sufferer Anna Kemp, a 51-year-old script translator from Britain who has been living in Spain for almost 30 years, poses for a photograph taken through blue plastic, in Madrid, Spain, March 3, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Kemp says long COVID affects her ability to communicate in Spanish. "I lack (mental) agility, I feel like I'm communicating through a crystal glass," she said. Kemp had to give up dancing, swimming and her daily long walks due to the permanent fatigue she experiences. "The first time I managed to walk as far as the park by my house, I felt like I was flying. It was only a few meters away, and I had to sit to rest, but I felt like the whole world was opening up to me. I used to go on foot everywhere and it was as if I was on my way somewhere again. I had this idea that my recovery was ahead of me, later I realised that was not the case." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOIA
April 12, 2021
Long COVID sufferer Maria Eugenia Diez, a 43-year-old ICU nurse, poses for a photograph taken through...
CHILOECHES, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
Long COVID sufferer Maria Eugenia Diez, a 43-year-old ICU nurse, poses for a photograph taken through blue plastic, in Chiloeches, Spain, March 9, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Year-long symptoms have made Diez give up exercise and forego medical congresses where she has trouble concentrating. "The first time I tried to take a swim in my pool, thinking that the water would help me improve my symptoms, it was very distressing. I started feeling out of breath the more I was submerging in the water. I had to sit on the steps and let the water surround me no higher than my waist to regain my breath," she said. Diez sometimes feels like a rookie at work despite her 20-year experience and has invented routines to remember tasks she used to perform automatically. She feels she has lost part of her identity, but she tries to stay positive. "I'm adapting to what I have, I will enjoy what I have now and I can't keep thinking about what I had before. It's hard because I miss it a lot." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOI8
April 12, 2021
A blank children's blackboard is photographed through blue plastic at the home of long COVID sufferer...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A blank children's blackboard is photographed through blue plastic at the home of long COVID sufferer Susana Matarranz, a 44-year-old primary school teacher, in Madrid, Spain, March 8, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Matarranz gets emotional when she explains how much she misses her students. Matarranz got infected on March 1, 2020. At first, she only noticed the loss of smell and taste, but soon afterwards she started suffering from severe stomach problems and acute joint pain. "My right collar bone is swollen, I can barely lift my arm, I feel like I have aged prematurely," she said. Matarranz returned to work in September, but got infected a second time in November and hasn't been able to continue teaching ever since. "The part of me that is my profession is empty, like that blackboard. A piece of my heart, which are my students, whom I love dearly, feels empty and I feel like at this moment there's nothing I can do to fill it in." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOI5
April 12, 2021
A park bench near the home of long COVID sufferer Anna Kemp, a 51-year-old script translator from Britain...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A park bench near the home of long COVID sufferer Anna Kemp, a 51-year-old script translator from Britain who has been living in Spain for almost 30 years, is photographed through blue plastic, in Madrid, Spain, March 3, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Kemp says long COVID affects her ability to communicate in Spanish. "I lack (mental) agility, I feel like I'm communicating through a crystal glass," she said. Kemp had to give up dancing, swimming and her daily long walks due to the permanent fatigue she experiences. "The first time I managed to walk as far as the park by my house, I felt like I was flying. It was only a few meters away, and I had to sit to rest, but I felt like the whole world was opening up to me. I used to go on foot everywhere and it was as if I was on my way somewhere again. I had this idea that my recovery was ahead of me, later I realised that was not the case." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOGX
April 12, 2021
The home pool of long COVID sufferer 43-year-old ICU nurse Maria Eugenia Diez, is seen photographed through...
CHILOECHES, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
The home pool of long COVID sufferer 43-year-old ICU nurse Maria Eugenia Diez, is seen photographed through blue plastic, in Chiloeches, Spain, March 9, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Year-long symptoms have made Diez give up exercise and forego medical congresses where she has trouble concentrating. "The first time I tried to take a swim in my pool, thinking that the water would help me improve my symptoms, it was very distressing. I started feeling out of breath the more I was submerging in the water. I had to sit on the steps and let the water surround me no higher than my waist to regain my breath," she said. Diez sometimes feels like a rookie at work despite her 20-year experience and has invented routines to remember tasks she used to perform automatically. She feels she has lost part of her identity, but she tries to stay positive. "I'm adapting to what I have, I will enjoy what I have now and I can't keep thinking about what I had before. It's hard because I miss it a lot." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOG4
April 12, 2021
A thermometer belonging to long COVID sufferer Amaia Artica, 42, is seen photographed through blue plastic,...
Pamplona, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A thermometer belonging to long COVID sufferer Amaia Artica, 42, is seen photographed through blue plastic, in Pamplona, Spain, March 16, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Permanent fatigue, daily fever, muscle and joint pain, insomnia and constant mental lapses have kept Artica from doing the job she loves at a nursery school since she got infected with coronavirus during the first wave of the disease. Her brain fogginess is so acute that there are days she finds herself staring at a blank wall, feeling "out of it". Loss for words, inability to remember how to do simple tasks and overall forgetfulness have become part of her life. Artica suffers from daily low-grade fever. "My family doctor has been very supportive of me throughout this ordeal, but not all doctors have been that understanding. A specialist doctor told me to stop taking my temperature, that if I didn't pay attention to it, it would go away because it was all in my head." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOG2
April 12, 2021
Long COVID sufferer Amaia Artica, a 42-year-old nursery school worker, poses for a photograph taken through...
Pamplona, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
Long COVID sufferer Amaia Artica, a 42-year-old nursery school worker, poses for a photograph taken through blue plastic, in Pamplona, Spain, March 16, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Permanent fatigue, daily fever, muscle and joint pain, insomnia and constant mental lapses have kept Artica from doing the job she loves at a nursery school since she got infected with coronavirus during the first wave of the disease. Her brain fogginess is so acute that there are days she finds herself staring at a blank wall, feeling "out of it". Loss for words, inability to remember how to do simple tasks and overall forgetfulness have become part of her life. Artica suffers from daily low-grade fever. "My family doctor has been very supportive of me throughout this ordeal, but not all doctors have been that understanding. A specialist doctor told me to stop taking my temperature, that if I didn't pay attention to it, it would go away because it was all in my head." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOEW
April 12, 2021
A tattoo on 23-year-old anthropologist Shalini Arias' arm is photographed through blue plastic, in Madrid,...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A tattoo on 23-year-old anthropologist Shalini Arias' arm is photographed through blue plastic, in Madrid, Spain, March 5, 2021. The photograph was taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. As some doctors shrugged off her symptoms, Arias resorted to leaning on her support network. "They don't judge me, and they have helped me learn to live with this the best possible way I can," she said. Arias got a friend to design a tattoo for her to remind herself of the importance of her network of family, friends and colleagues. "It signifies growth and love, the love and support I feel from all the people who are helping me get through these difficult times." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOEV
April 12, 2021
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Maria Eugenia Diez, a 43-year-old ICU nurse, posing for...
CHILOECHES, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Maria Eugenia Diez, a 43-year-old ICU nurse, posing for a photograph taken through blue plastic, and her home pool photographed through blue plastic, in Chiloeches, Spain, March 9, 2021. The photographs were taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Year-long symptoms have made Diez give up exercise and forego medical congresses where she has trouble concentrating. "The first time I tried to take a swim in my pool, thinking that the water would help me improve my symptoms, it was very distressing. I started feeling out of breath the more I was submerging in the water. I had to sit on the steps and let the water surround me no higher than my waist to regain my breath," she said. Diez sometimes feels like a rookie at work despite her 20-year experience and has invented routines to remember tasks she used to perform automatically. She feels she has lost part of her identity, but she tries to stay positive. "I'm adapting to what I have, I will enjoy what I have now and I can't keep thinking about what I had before. It's hard because I miss it a lot." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOEU
April 12, 2021
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Amaia Artica, 42, posing for a photograph taken through...
Pamplona, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Amaia Artica, 42, posing for a photograph taken through blue plastic, and a thermometer belonging to Artica photographed through blue plastic, in Pamplona, Spain, March 16, 2021. The photographs were taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Permanent fatigue, daily fever, muscle and joint pain, insomnia and constant mental lapses have kept Artica from doing the job she loves at a nursery school since she got infected with coronavirus during the first wave of the disease. Her brain fogginess is so acute that there are days she finds herself staring at a blank wall, feeling "out of it". Loss for words, inability to remember how to do simple tasks and overall forgetfulness have become part of her life. Artica suffers from daily low-grade fever. "My family doctor has been very supportive of me throughout this ordeal, but not all doctors have been that understanding. A specialist doctor told me to stop taking my temperature, that if I didn't pay attention to it, it would go away because it was all in my head." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOEO
April 12, 2021
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Shalini Arias, a 23-year-old anthropologist, posing for...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Shalini Arias, a 23-year-old anthropologist, posing for a photograph taken through blue plastic, and her tattoo photographed through blue plastic, in Madrid, Spain, March 5, 2021. The photographs were taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. As some doctors shrugged off her symptoms, Arias resorted to leaning on her support network. "They don't judge me, and they have helped me learn to live with this the best possible way I can," she said. Arias got a friend to design a tattoo for her to remind herself of the importance of her network of family, friends and colleagues. "It signifies growth and love, the love and support I feel from all the people who are helping me get through these difficult times." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOEP
April 12, 2021
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Anna Kemp, a 51-year-old script translator from Britain...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Anna Kemp, a 51-year-old script translator from Britain who has been living in Spain for almost 30 years, posing for a photograph taken through blue plastic, and a park bench near Kemp's house photographed through blue plastic, in Madrid, Spain, March 3, 2021. The photographs were taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Kemp says long COVID affects her ability to communicate in Spanish. "I lack (mental) agility, I feel like I'm communicating through a crystal glass," she said. Kemp had to give up dancing, swimming and her daily long walks due to the permanent fatigue she experiences. "The first time I managed to walk as far as the park by my house, I felt like I was flying. It was only a few meters away, and I had to sit to rest, but I felt like the whole world was opening up to me. I used to go on foot everywhere and it was as if I was on my way somewhere again. I had this idea that my recovery was ahead of me, later I realised that was not the case." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-LONGCOVID
RTXBEOCD
April 12, 2021
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Susana Matarranz, a 44-year-old primary school teacher,...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: The faces in the fog of 'long COVID'
A combination picture shows long COVID sufferer Susana Matarranz, a 44-year-old primary school teacher, posing for a photograph taken through blue plastic, and a blank blackboard photographed through blue plastic at Matarranz's home, in Madrid, Spain, March 8, 2021. The photographs were taken through blue plastic to visualise the effects of long COVID. Matarranz gets emotional when she explains how much she misses her students. Matarranz got infected on March 1, 2020. At first, she only noticed the loss of smell and taste, but soon afterwards she started suffering from severe stomach problems and acute joint pain. "My right collar bone is swollen, I can barely lift my arm, I feel like I have aged prematurely," she said. Matarranz returned to work in September, but got infected a second time in November and hasn't been able to continue teaching ever since. "The part of me that is my profession is empty, like that blackboard. A piece of my heart, which are my students, whom I love dearly, feels empty and I feel like at this moment there's nothing I can do to fill it in." REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "SPAIN LONGCOVID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
Coronavirus
Coronavirus
Portraits of New York City's mental health workers
8 PICTURES
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-CHEER DANCERS
RTXC0JOI
April 05, 2021
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, walks to her team's weekly practice...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Don't call us grannies: Meet Japan's senior cheer squad
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, walks to her team's weekly practice session in Tokyo, Japan, April 5, 2021. Picture taken April 5, 2021. "The last three or four years I've started to feel tired a lot more easily. Then having to be home because of the pandemic really meant my stamina fell. I don't feel anything while I'm practicing, but then the next day I feel pretty tired," Takino said. "I forget everything while I'm dancing." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON CHEER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-CHEER DANCERS
RTXC0JOG
April 05, 2021
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, rides a subway as she heads to...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Don't call us grannies: Meet Japan's senior cheer squad
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, rides a subway as she heads to her team's weekly practice session in Tokyo, Japan, April 5, 2021. Picture taken April 5, 2021. "The last three or four years I've started to feel tired a lot more easily. Then having to be home because of the pandemic really meant my stamina fell. I don't feel anything while I'm practicing, but then the next day I feel pretty tired," Takino said. "I forget everything while I'm dancing." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON CHEER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTXB6613
April 04, 2021
A man paints windows near writing painted on a wall reading 'When will I be able to walk alone at night...
Dublin, Ireland
Man paints near writing on a wall in Dublin
A man paints windows near writing painted on a wall reading 'When will I be able to walk alone at night and feel safe?' in Dublin, Ireland, April 4, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTXB65ZQ
April 04, 2021
A woman walks past writing painted on a wall reading 'When will I be able to walk alone at night and...
Dublin, Ireland
A woman walks past writing on a wall in Dublin
A woman walks past writing painted on a wall reading 'When will I be able to walk alone at night and feel safe?' in Dublin, Ireland, April 4, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTXB65ZR
April 04, 2021
A woman walks past writing painted on a wall reading 'When will I be able to walk alone at night and...
Dublin, Ireland
A woman walks past writing on a wall in Dublin
A woman walks past writing painted on a wall reading 'When will I be able to walk alone at night and feel safe?' in Dublin, Ireland, April 4, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-STUDENTS
RTXAXV1Y
March 29, 2021
Lilliana, who is attending virtual school for remote learning, watches cartoons as she feels out of energy...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
A mother and daughter cope as schools remain closed in Kentucky
Lilliana, who is attending virtual school for remote learning, watches cartoons as she feels out of energy in the early afternoon to continue with her math courses, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S., February 24, 2021. Picture taken February 24, 2021. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
RTXATGKR
March 25, 2021
Jocelyn, a six year old Honduran migrant girl who said she was feeling unwell, is held by her mother...
LA JOYA, UNITED STATES
Asylum seeking migrants in La Joya Texas
Jocelyn, a six year old Honduran migrant girl who said she was feeling unwell, is held by her mother while standing amid dozens of asylum seeking families from Central America who were awaiting transport to a U.S. border patrol processing facility after crossing the Rio Grande river into the United States from Mexico on rafts in La Joya, Texas, U.S., March 25, 2021. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
RTXATEWB
March 25, 2021
Natalie, an eight-year-old Honduran girl who said she was feeling unwell, embraces her mother while standing...
LA JOYA, UNITED STATES
Asylum seeking migrants in La Joya Texas
Natalie, an eight-year-old Honduran girl who said she was feeling unwell, embraces her mother while standing amid dozens of asylum-seeking families from Central America who were waiting for transport to a U.S. border patrol processing facility after crossing the Rio Grande river into the United States from Mexico on rafts in La Joya, Texas, U.S., March 25, 2021. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-LONG COVID
RTXAJW30
March 18, 2021
A journal kept by Penny Parkin, 69, who was exposed to COVID-19 on March 23, 2020, to document her experiences...
DOYLESTOWN, UNITED STATES
COVID-19 long hauler approaches one year since infection
A journal kept by Penny Parkin, 69, who was exposed to COVID-19 on March 23, 2020, to document her experiences shows a timeline dating to March 26, 2020 which is when Parkin first began experiencing symptoms, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, U.S., March 17, 2021. "That night I began to feel feverish - which almost never happens to me!" writes Parkin. REUTERS/Hannah Beier
USA-CAPITOL/SECURITY
RTXAH4KF
March 15, 2021
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senator Johnson speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned during...
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned during the January 6th attack, after a vote at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S. March 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-CAPITOL/SECURITY
RTXAH4KD
March 15, 2021
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senator Johnson speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned during...
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned during the January 6th attack, after a vote at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S. March 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-CAPITOL/SECURITY
RTXAH4KC
March 15, 2021
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senator Johnson speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned during...
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned during the January 6th attack, after a vote at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S. March 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-CAPITOL/SECURITY
RTXAH4KA
March 15, 2021
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senator Johnson speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned during...
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks with a reporter about his recent comments of not feeling concerned during the January 6th attack, after a vote at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S. March 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-TEXAS
RTXABBC3
March 11, 2021
A mask burns in a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and mandates, at...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
"Texas is Open Party" celebrates the rollback of the COVID-19 restrictions, in Allen
A mask burns in a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and mandates, at a "Texas is Open Party" hosted by the Dallas Jewish Conservatives after Governor Greg Abbott issued a rollback of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Allen, near Dallas, Texas, U.S. March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-TEXAS
RTXABBB1
March 11, 2021
A mask burns in a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and mandates, at...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
"Texas is Open Party" celebrates the rollback of the COVID-19 restrictions, in Allen
A mask burns in a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and mandates, at a "Texas is Open Party" hosted by the Dallas Jewish Conservatives after Governor Greg Abbott issued a rollback of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Allen, near Dallas, Texas, U.S. March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-TEXAS
RTXABBB0
March 11, 2021
Guests drop their masks into a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
"Texas is Open Party" celebrates the rollback of the COVID-19 restrictions, in Allen
Guests drop their masks into a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and mandates, at a "Texas is Open Party" hosted by the Dallas Jewish Conservatives after Governor Greg Abbott issued a rollback of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Allen, near Dallas, Texas, U.S. March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-TEXAS
RTXABB8Q
March 11, 2021
Terry Masters and Robert Segovia watch their masks burn in a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
"Texas is Open Party" celebrates the rollback of the COVID-19 restrictions, in Allen
Terry Masters and Robert Segovia watch their masks burn in a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and mandates, at a "Texas is Open Party" hosted by the Dallas Jewish Conservatives after Governor Greg Abbott issued a rollback of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Allen, near Dallas, Texas, U.S. March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-TEXAS
RTXABB8R
March 11, 2021
Guests drop their masks into a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
"Texas is Open Party" celebrates the rollback of the COVID-19 restrictions, in Allen
Guests drop their masks into a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and mandates, at a "Texas is Open Party" hosted by the Dallas Jewish Conservatives after Governor Greg Abbott issued a rollback of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Allen, near Dallas, Texas, U.S. March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-TEXAS
RTXABB8O
March 11, 2021
Guests drop their masks into a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
"Texas is Open Party" celebrates the rollback of the COVID-19 restrictions, in Allen
Guests drop their masks into a fire, symbolizing the feeling of release from government lockdowns and mandates, at a "Texas is Open Party" hosted by the Dallas Jewish Conservatives after Governor Greg Abbott issued a rollback of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Allen, near Dallas, Texas, U.S. March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-PHARMACY
RTXAA5ZM
March 10, 2021
Dr. Mayank Amin feels his wife's Payal Amin's belly for a kick from his son at his wife's parents home...
Piscataway, UNITED STATES
A young pharmacist has made it his mission to vaccinate his community in rural Pennsylvania
Dr. Mayank Amin feels his wife's Payal Amin's belly for a kick from his son at his wife's parents home in Piscataway, New Jersey, U.S., February 28, 2021. Picture taken February 28, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah Beier
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-NHS
RTXA5J75
March 07, 2021
Maxine Sharples, 36, a Paramedic for North West NHS Ambulance service poses for a portrait wearing the...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
International Women's Day NHS Portraits
Maxine Sharples, 36, a Paramedic for North West NHS Ambulance service poses for a portrait wearing the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) she would wear when caring for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients, ahead of International Women's Day at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in north west England, Britain, March 3, 2021. Picture taken March 3, 2021. "We’ve been to hell and back. Every member of the NHS has I think. It does finally feel like there is light at the end of the tunnel" Sharples said. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-NHS
RTXA5J72
March 07, 2021
Ruth Clarke, 36, a student nurse at East Lancashire NHS Trust poses with her mask pulled down for a portrait...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
International Women's Day NHS Portraits
Ruth Clarke, 36, a student nurse at East Lancashire NHS Trust poses with her mask pulled down for a portrait ahead of International Women's Day at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in north west England, Britain, March 2, 2021. Picture taken March 2, 2021. "It’s learning how to make them feel like you’re still the same person even though they can’t see your facial expressions and we’re not able to touch and use those human interactions like we’re used to" Clarke said. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-NHS
RTXA5J5K
March 07, 2021
Mable Ng, 25, a Pharmacist at East Lancashire NHS Trust poses for a portrait ahead of International Women's...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
International Women's Day NHS Portraits
Mable Ng, 25, a Pharmacist at East Lancashire NHS Trust poses for a portrait ahead of International Women's Day at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in north west England, Britain, March 2, 2021. Picture taken March 2, 2021. "Personally, I feel this year is a very special year and a very stressful year. Because of these trials in the pandemic I actually feel that it has built a stronger foundation to my career. Especially for the future." Ng said. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-NHS
RTXA5IUN
March 07, 2021
Rahila Dusu, 33, a Junior Doctor at East Lancashire NHS Trust poses for a portrait ahead of International...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
International Women's Day NHS Portraits
Rahila Dusu, 33, a Junior Doctor at East Lancashire NHS Trust poses for a portrait ahead of International Women's Day at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in north west England, Britain, March 2, 2021. Picture taken March 2, 2021. "You’re scared. People are dying. It was tough but it's been a great learning curve for me as well. There’s a lot I will take forward. The toughness, but also not being afraid, it takes that away from you, you feel a bit more confident and bold. You feel like yes I can face anything else that comes my way" Dusu said. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-NHS
RTXA5IOA
March 07, 2021
Maxine Sharples, 36, a Paramedic for North West NHS Ambulance service poses for a portrait ahead of International...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
International Women's Day NHS Portraits
Maxine Sharples, 36, a Paramedic for North West NHS Ambulance service poses for a portrait ahead of International Women's Day at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in north west England, Britain, March 3, 2021. Picture taken March 3, 2021. "We’ve been to hell and back. Every member of the NHS has I think. It does finally feel like there is light at the end of the tunnel" Sharples said. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
JAPAN-TSUNAMI/PHONEBOOTH
RTXA2LAH
March 05, 2021
Poetry is displayed in frames inside Kaze-no-Denwa (the phone of the wind), a phone booth set up for...
OTSUCHI TOWN, Japan
The Wider Image: Japan's tsunami survivors call lost loves on the phone of the wind
Poetry is displayed in frames inside Kaze-no-Denwa (the phone of the wind), a phone booth set up for people to call their deceased loved ones, at Bell Gardia Kujira-yama, ahead of the 10th anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, in Otsuchi town, Iwate Prefecture, northern Japan, February 27, 2021. The poem hanging on the right, reads: "Who will you call, at the phone of the wind, you will talk to them from your heart, if you hear the wind tell them how you feel, surely your thoughts will reach them." REUTERS/Issei Kato SEARCH "KATO PHONEBOOTH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
JAPAN-TSUNAMI/PHONEBOOTH
RTXA2LAA
March 05, 2021
Sachiko Okawa, 76, who lost her husband, Toichiro, in the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, calls...
OTSUCHI TOWN, Japan
The Wider Image: Japan's tsunami survivors call lost loves on the phone of the wind
Sachiko Okawa, 76, who lost her husband, Toichiro, in the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, calls her late husband inside Kaze-no-Denwa (the phone of the wind), a phone booth set up for people to call their deceased loved ones, at Bell Gardia Kujira-yama, ahead of the 10th anniversary of the disaster, in Otsuchi town, Iwate Prefecture, northern Japan, February 27, 2021. Sachiko who was married to Toichiro for 44 years asks him what he has been doing with his days since he was swept away by the tsunami a decade ago "I'm lonely," she says. "Bye for now, I'll be back soon." Okawa says she sometimes feels like she can hear Toichiro on the other end of the line. "It makes me feel a little better." REUTERS/Issei Kato SEARCH "KATO PHONEBOOTH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
JAPAN-TSUNAMI/PHONEBOOTH
RTXA2LA6
March 05, 2021
Sachiko Okawa, 76, who lost her husband, Toichiro, in the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, holds...
OTSUCHI TOWN, Japan
The Wider Image: Japan's tsunami survivors call lost loves on the phone of the wind
Sachiko Okawa, 76, who lost her husband, Toichiro, in the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, holds a photograph of her late husband Toichiro, as she visits Kaze-no-Denwa (the phone of the wind), a phone booth set up for people to call their deceased loved ones, at Bell Gardia Kujira-yama, ahead of the 10th anniversary of the disaster, in Otsuchi town, Iwate Prefecture, northern Japan February 27, 2021. Sachiko who was married to Toichiro for 44 years asks him what he has been doing with his days since he was swept away by the tsunami a decade ago. "I'm lonely," she says. "Bye for now, I'll be back soon." Okawa says she sometimes feels like she can hear Toichiro on the other end of the line. "It makes me feel a little better." REUTERS/Issei Kato SEARCH "KATO PHONEBOOTH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ANNIVERSARY-PETS
RTXA10NU
March 03, 2021
Hisae Unuma works on her farm, where she has settled down after being evacuated from her home in Fukushima...
KAZU, Japan
The Wider Image: The man who saves forgotten cats in Fukushima's nuclear zone
Hisae Unuma works on her farm, where she has settled down after being evacuated from her home in Fukushima which was 2.5 km away from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant and in a restricted zone, in Kazu, Saitama prefecture, Japan, February 17, 2021. Unuma won't return even if the government scrapes the radioactive soil off her fields. Radiation levels around her house are around 20 times the background level in Tokyo, according to a dosimeter reading carried out by Reuters. Only the removal of Fukushima's radioactive cores will make her feel safe, a task that will take decades to complete. "Never mind the threat from earthquakes, those reactors could blow if someone dropped a tool in the wrong place," she said. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "FUKUSHIMA KYUNG-HOON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ANNIVERSARY-PETS
RTXA10MQ
March 03, 2021
A radiation dosimeter, brought by a Reuters journalist, shows a reading of 1.89 microsievert per hour...
Futaba, Japan
The Wider Image: The man who saves forgotten cats in Fukushima's nuclear zone
A radiation dosimeter, brought by a Reuters journalist, shows a reading of 1.89 microsievert per hour at Hisae Unuma's family graveyard, near her house that she lived in before being evacuated, as Unuma visits the graveyard on the anniversary of her husband's death in a restricted zone in Futaba, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, February 23, 2021. Unuma who's home where she lived, is 2.5 km away from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, won't return even if the government scrapes the radioactive soil off her fields. Radiation levels around her house are around 20 times the background level in Tokyo, according to a dosimeter reading carried out by Reuters. Only the removal of Fukushima's radioactive cores will make her feel safe, a task that will take decades to complete. "Never mind the threat from earthquakes, those reactors could blow if someone dropped a tool in the wrong place," she said. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "FUKUSHIMA KYUNG-HOON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ANNIVERSARY-PETS
RTXA10MN
March 03, 2021
Hisae Unuma wears a protective suit as she walks past an incinerator used to burn debris collected in...
Futaba, Japan
The Wider Image: The man who saves forgotten cats in Fukushima's nuclear zone
Hisae Unuma wears a protective suit as she walks past an incinerator used to burn debris collected in the Fukushima clean up, which was built in a rural village near Unuma's collapsing home where she lived before being evacuated, in a restricted zone in Futaba, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, February 23, 2021. Unuma, who fled as the cooling system at Tokyo Electric Power Co's nuclear plant 2.5 km away failed and its reactors began to melt down, won't return even if the government scrapes the radioactive soil off her fields. Radiation levels around her house are around 20 times the background level in Tokyo, according to a dosimeter reading carried out by Reuters. Only the removal of Fukushima's radioactive cores will make her feel safe, a task that will take decades to complete. "Never mind the threat from earthquakes, those reactors could blow if someone dropped a tool in the wrong place," she said. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "FUKUSHIMA KYUNG-HOON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ANNIVERSARY-PETS
RTXA10MM
March 03, 2021
Hisae Unuma wears a protective suit as she prays at her family's graveyard near her home that she lived...
Futaba, Japan
The Wider Image: The man who saves forgotten cats in Fukushima's nuclear zone
Hisae Unuma wears a protective suit as she prays at her family's graveyard near her home that she lived in before being evacuated, which is 2.5 km away from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, as she visits the house on the anniversary of her husband's passing in a restricted zone in Futaba, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, February 23, 2021. Unuma won't return even if the government scrapes the radioactive soil off her fields. Radiation levels around her house are around 20 times the background level in Tokyo, according to a dosimeter reading carried out by Reuters. Only the removal of Fukushima's radioactive cores will make her feel safe, a task that will take decades to complete. "Never mind the threat from earthquakes, those reactors could blow if someone dropped a tool in the wrong place," she said. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "FUKUSHIMA KYUNG-HOON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
POLAND-LGBT/
RTX9YLGX
March 02, 2021
A person uses a megaphone as people gather outside a court in solidarity with three Polish LGBT activists...
Plock, Poland
Polish court to rule on "rainbow halo" posters of Virgin Mary, in Plock
A person uses a megaphone as people gather outside a court in solidarity with three Polish LGBT activists accused of offending religious feelings by putting a rainbow on a painting of Virgin Mary, in Plock, Poland, March 2, 2021. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-LGBT/
RTX9YL2P
March 02, 2021
A person holds a sign as people gather outside a court in solidarity with three Polish LGBT activists...
Plock, Poland
Polish court to rule on "rainbow halo" posters of Virgin Mary, in Plock
A person holds a sign as people gather outside a court in solidarity with three Polish LGBT activists accused of offending religious feelings by putting a rainbow on a painting of Virgin Mary, in Plock, Poland, March 2, 2021. The sign reads "Rainbow doesn't offend". REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-LGBT/
RTX9YKYH
March 02, 2021
A person stands next to a sign outside a court, in solidarity with three Polish LGBT activists accused...
Plock, Poland
Polish court to rule on "rainbow halo" posters of Virgin Mary, in Plock
A person stands next to a sign outside a court, in solidarity with three Polish LGBT activists accused of offending religious feelings by putting a rainbow on a painting of Virgin Mary, in Plock, Poland, March 2, 2021. The sign reads "Doesn't offend". REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-LGBT/
RTX9YKAY
March 02, 2021
A person holds a sign as people gather outside a court in solidarity with three Polish LGBT activists...
Plock, Poland
Polish court to rule on "rainbow halo" posters of Virgin Mary, in Plock
A person holds a sign as people gather outside a court in solidarity with three Polish LGBT activists accused of offending religious feelings by putting a rainbow on a painting of Virgin Mary, in Plock, Poland, March 2, 2021. The sign reads "Rainbow doesn't offend". REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
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