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SINGAPORE-AIFOAM/
RTXE1B3J
June 30, 2021
A robotic hand with the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects...
Singapore, Singapore
AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam
A robotic hand with the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects in proximity by detecting their electrical fields and also self-heals if it gets cut, is pictured at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab in Singapore June 30, 2021. Picture taken June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Travis Teo
SINGAPORE-AIFOAM/
RTXE1B19
June 30, 2021
Scientists at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab work on the AiFoam...
Singapore, Singapore
AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam
Scientists at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab work on the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects in proximity by detecting their electrical fields and also self-heals if it gets cut, at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab in Singapore June 30, 2021. Picture taken June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Travis Teo
SINGAPORE-AIFOAM/
RTXE1B17
June 30, 2021
National University Singapore's Assistant Professor Benjamin Tee poses holding samples of the AiFoam...
Singapore, Singapore
AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam
National University Singapore's Assistant Professor Benjamin Tee poses holding samples of the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects in proximity by detecting their electrical fields and also self-heals if it gets cut, next to a robotic arm fitted with the foam at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab in Singapore June 30, 2021. Picture taken June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Travis Teo
SINGAPORE-AIFOAM/
RTXE1B16
June 30, 2021
A scientist at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab works on the AiFoam...
Singapore, Singapore
AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam
A scientist at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab works on the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects in proximity by detecting their electrical fields and also self-heals if it gets cut, at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab in Singapore June 30, 2021. Picture taken June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Travis Teo
SINGAPORE-AIFOAM/
RTXE1B13
June 30, 2021
Samples of the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects in proximity...
Singapore, Singapore
AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam
Samples of the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects in proximity by detecting their electrical fields and also self-heals if it gets cut, are seen presented at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab in Singapore June 30, 2021. Picture taken June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Travis Teo
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY0G
May 28, 2021
Shane Wolf, (C), 18, moves his tassel signifying his official graduation from high school in Denver,...
Denver, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic
Shane Wolf, (C), 18, moves his tassel signifying his official graduation from high school in Denver, Colorado, U.S., May 27, 2021. Wolf, who was accepted to the University of Denver, said success once meant wealth. "But now I'm really focused on the environment," he said. "Because of my culture, my mom and my grandpa." "I feel like we as young people have this sense of urgency and responsibility," Wolf said. "This generation just has such a responsibility to really save this planet." REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
 USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY0I
May 27, 2021
Shane Wolf, 18, proceeds to his graduation ceremony from North High School in Denver, Colorado, U.S.,...
Denver, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic
Shane Wolf, 18, proceeds to his graduation ceremony from North High School in Denver, Colorado, U.S., May 27, 2021. Wolf, who was accepted to the University of Denver, said success once meant wealth. "But now I'm really focused on the environment," he said. "Because of my culture, my mom and my grandpa." "I feel like we as young people have this sense of urgency and responsibility," Wolf said. "This generation just has such a responsibility to really save this planet." REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHKB
May 14, 2021
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in...
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in a scent while working with perfumer Sue Phillips in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHK9
May 14, 2021
A vial of perfume is seen in Sue Phillips studio as she works with a client who lost his sense of smell...
New York, UNITED STATES
A vial of perfume is seen in Sue Phillips' studio as she works with a client who lost his sense of smell...
A vial of perfume is seen in Sue Phillips studio as she works with a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHK7
May 14, 2021
A vial of scent made by Perfumer Sue Phillips for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of...
New York, UNITED STATES
A vial of scent made by perfumer Sue Phillips' for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of...
A vial of scent made by Perfumer Sue Phillips for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHK6
May 14, 2021
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result...
New York, UNITED STATES
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result...
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHK5
May 14, 2021
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of...
New York, UNITED STATES
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus...
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHK4
May 14, 2021
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of...
New York, UNITED STATES
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus...
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHK3
May 14, 2021
Samples of scents are displayed at perfumer Sue Phillips studio as she works with a client who lost his...
New York, UNITED STATES
Samples of scents are displayed at perfumer Sue Phillips studio as she works with a client who lost his...
Samples of scents are displayed at perfumer Sue Phillips studio as she works with a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHK2
May 14, 2021
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease...
New York, UNITED STATES
Perfumer Sue Phillips is seen in her studio in New York City
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHK1
May 14, 2021
Perfumer Sue Phillips creates a scent for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus...
New York, UNITED STATES
Perfumer Sue Phillips creates a scent for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus...
Perfumer Sue Phillips creates a scent for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHHQ
May 14, 2021
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in...
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in a scent while working with perfumer Sue Phillips (unseen) in her studio, in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHHO
May 14, 2021
Samples of scents are displayed at perfumer Sue Phillips studio as she works with a client who lost his...
New York, UNITED STATES
Samples of scents are displayed at perfumer Sue Phillips studio as she works with a client who lost his...
Samples of scents are displayed at perfumer Sue Phillips studio as she works with a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHHR
May 14, 2021
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result...
New York, UNITED STATES
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result...
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHHP
May 14, 2021
Perfumer Sue Phillips creates a scent for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus...
New York, UNITED STATES
Perfumer Sue Phillips creates a scent for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus...
Perfumer Sue Phillips creates a scent for a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHHN
May 14, 2021
Scent strips are seen as perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client who lost his sense of smell as a result...
New York, UNITED STATES
Scent strips are seen as perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client who lost his sense of smell as a result...
Scent strips are seen as perfumer Sue Phillips works with a client who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHHJ
May 14, 2021
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in...
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in a scent while working with perfumer Sue Phillips (unseen) in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDHHK
May 14, 2021
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result...
New York, UNITED STATES
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result...
Perfumer Sue Phillips works with her client Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SMELL RECOVERY
RTXCDH1G
May 14, 2021
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in...
Josh Goldenberg, who lost his sense of smell as a result of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), takes in a scent while working with perfumer Sue Phillips in her studio in New York City, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-PORTRAITS
RTXCHB4N
May 03, 2021
Shuta Yano, 28, a ball dancer, poses for a portrait as he performs on the street in Harajuku, Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: From the streets of Tokyo, 22 residents weigh up the Olympic Games
Shuta Yano, 28, a ball dancer, poses for a portrait as he performs on the street in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, May 3, 2021. "I'm not an athlete, but I have spent my life mastering special skills, so in that sense I think I understand the athletes. So taking their point of view, I thought it would be good to hold them... But I've thought about it a lot and my feelings are a bit different now. Yes, they've spent their lives getting to this point. But holding the Olympics now is a situation that might not just change a few lives entirely, but many," said Yano. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-PORTRAITS
RTXCHB3L
May 02, 2021
Tomohiro Hirayama, 37, an office worker, poses with his wife Rio Matsumoto, an actress and yoga trainer,...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: From the streets of Tokyo, 22 residents weigh up the Olympic Games
Tomohiro Hirayama, 37, an office worker, poses with his wife Rio Matsumoto, an actress and yoga trainer, and his 11-month-old son for a portrait on their way to a restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, May 2, 2021. "As for the Olympics, we've been in favour of them for quite a long time. The Olympic village is only a short walk from where we live and then the venues in the area have been completed. So from the point of view of those of us who live there, a sense of excitement about the Olympics and a positive feeling have strengthened," said Hirayama. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY0A
April 28, 2021
Shane Wolf, 18, gathers with other members of his lacrosse team on the North High School field, which...
Denver, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic
Shane Wolf, 18, gathers with other members of his lacrosse team on the North High School field, which overlooks downtown Denver, Colorado, U.S., April 28, 2021. Wolf, who was accepted to the University of Denver, said success once meant wealth. "But now I'm really focused on the environment," he said. "Because of my culture, my mom and my grandpa." "I feel like we as young people have this sense of urgency and responsibility," Wolf said. "This generation just has such a responsibility to really save this planet." REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AWARDS-OSCARS/GIFT BAGS
RTXBQS7K
April 23, 2021
Lash Fary, founder of Distinctive Assets, shows a brain sensing headband to be included in the Academy...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Lash Fary, founder of Distinctive Assets, shows a brain sensing headband to be included in the Academy...
Lash Fary, founder of Distinctive Assets, shows a brain sensing headband to be included in the Academy Awards gift bag in Los Angeles, California, U.S., April 14, 2021. Picture taken April 14, 2021. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMUA0
April 20, 2021
French oenologist Sophie Pallas, who lost her senses of taste and smell after been infected with the...
Paris, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French oenologist Sophie Pallas, who lost her senses of taste and smell after been infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and who now retrains her palate, holds a glass of wine as she poses during a wine tasting session in a shop in Paris, France, April 19, 2021. Picture taken April 19, 2021. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU9Y
April 20, 2021
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus...
MAREUIL-SUR-AY, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ravaged his body in October and awoke to find he had partially lost his senses, smells wine next to Thierry Garnier, cellar master, during a wine testing session to elaborate his Champagne in Mareuil-sur-Ay, France, April 14, 2021. Picture taken April 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU6T
April 20, 2021
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus...
MAREUIL-SUR-AY, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ravaged his body in October and awoke to find he had partially lost his senses, smells a glass of Champagne in his cellar in Mareuil-sur-Ay, France, April 14, 2021. Picture taken April 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU6R
April 20, 2021
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus...
MAREUIL-SUR-AY, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ravaged his body in October and awoke to find he had partially lost his senses, smells wine during a wine testing session to elaborate his Champagne in Mareuil-sur-Ay, France, April 14, 2021. Picture taken April 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU6Q
April 20, 2021
French oenologist Sophie Pallas, who lost her senses of taste and smell after being infected with the...
Paris, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French oenologist Sophie Pallas, who lost her senses of taste and smell after being infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and who now retrains her palate, smells wine during a wine tasting session in a shop in Paris, France, April 19, 2021. Picture taken April 19, 2021. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU6P
April 20, 2021
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus...
MAREUIL-SUR-AY, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ravaged his body in October and awoke to find he had partially lost his senses, poses during a wine testing session to elaborate his Champagne in Mareuil-sur-Ay, France, April 14, 2021. Picture taken April 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU6O
April 20, 2021
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus...
MAREUIL-SUR-AY, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ravaged his body in October and awoke to find he had partially lost his senses, checks his Champagne vineyard in Mareuil-sur-Ay, France, April 14, 2021. Picture taken April 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU6N
April 20, 2021
French oenologist Sophie Pallas, who lost her senses of taste and smell after been infected with the...
Paris, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French oenologist Sophie Pallas, who lost her senses of taste and smell after been infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and who now retrains her palate, holds a glass of wine as she poses during a wine tasting session in a shop in Paris, France, April 19, 2021. Picture taken April 19, 2021. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU4H
April 20, 2021
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus...
MAREUIL-SUR-AY, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French Champagne-maker Charles Philipponnat, who doctors put into an induced coma for a week as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ravaged his body in October and awoke to find he had partially lost his senses, smells a glass of Champagne in his cellar in Mareuil-sur-Ay, France, April 14, 2021. Picture taken April 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-OENOLOGISTS
RTXBMU4F
April 20, 2021
French oenologist Sophie Pallas, who lost her senses of taste and smell after been infected with the...
Paris, France
For French wine-tasters, COVID-19 could cost their livelihood
French oenologist Sophie Pallas, who lost her senses of taste and smell after been infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and who now retrains her palate, smells wine during a wine tasting session in a shop in Paris, France, April 19, 2021. Picture taken April 19, 2021. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVU
March 12, 2021
Patrons pay for carryout meals at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Patrons pay for carryout meals at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the...
Patrons pay for carryout meals at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the coronavirus disease pandemic lockdown, in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVT
March 12, 2021
A worker cleans the counters along the buffet line at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant in Ackerman, Mississippi,...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
A worker cleans the counters along the buffet line at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant in Ackerman, Mississippi...
A worker cleans the counters along the buffet line at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVS
March 12, 2021
Night falls over businesses along State Highway 15 in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Night falls over businesses along State Highway 15 in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi
Night falls over businesses along State Highway 15 in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus?disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi?and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding??mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVR
March 12, 2021
Members of the XYZ Club for senior citizens play dominoes at their first in-person gathering in a year...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Members of the XYZ Club for senior citizens play dominoes at their first in-person gathering in a a year...
Members of the XYZ Club for senior citizens play dominoes at their first in-person gathering in a year at Ackerman Baptist Church in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVQ
March 12, 2021
A worker assembles a dinner plate along the buffet line at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant in Ackerman,...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
A worker assembles a dinner plate along the buffet line at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant in Ackerman,...
A worker assembles a dinner plate along the buffet line at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVO
March 12, 2021
Pastor Rafael Patrick of Reform Chapel Missionary Baptist Church holds Wednesday evening Bible study...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Patrick of Reform Chapel Missionary Baptist Church holds Wednesday evening Bible study via conference...
Pastor Rafael Patrick of Reform Chapel Missionary Baptist Church holds Wednesday evening Bible study via conference call instead of in-person church with his parishioners from his home in Starkville, Mississippi, U.S. March 10, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVN
March 12, 2021
Betty Whittington, who spent 12 days on a ventilator last summer battling Covid-19, enjoys a socially-distanced...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Whittington enjoys a socially-distanced visit with her great-granddaughter at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation...
Betty Whittington, who spent 12 days on a ventilator last summer battling Covid-19, enjoys a socially-distanced visit with her 8-month-old great-granddaughter Waverly, as in-person visits for family members have resumed at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 10, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVM
March 12, 2021
Choctaw County High School baseball players keep an eye on fly balls during practice in Ackerman, Mississippi,...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Choctaw County High School baseball players keep an eye on fly balls during practice in Ackerman, Mississippi...
Choctaw County High School baseball players keep an eye on fly balls during practice in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 10, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about a return to regular life in the midst of the the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVJ
March 12, 2021
Coach Justin Flake leads a baseball practice at Choctaw County High School in Ackerman, Mississippi,...
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Coach Justin Flake leads baseball practice at Choctaw County High School in Ackerman, Mississippi
Coach Justin Flake leads a baseball practice at Choctaw County High School in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 10, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVI
March 12, 2021
Betty Whittington, who spent 12 days on a ventilator last summer battling Covid-19, enjoys a socially-distanced...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Whittington enjoys a socially-distanced visit with her great-granddaughter at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation...
Betty Whittington, who spent 12 days on a ventilator last summer battling Covid-19, enjoys a socially-distanced visit with her 8-month-old great-granddaughter Waverly as in-person visits have resumed at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 10, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVH
March 12, 2021
Members of the XYZ Club for senior citizens pack up their potluck lunch leftovers after their first in-person...
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Members of the XYZ Club for senior citizens pack up their potluck lunch leftovers after their first in-person...
Members of the XYZ Club for senior citizens pack up their potluck lunch leftovers after their first in-person gathering in a a year at Ackerman Baptist Church in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVG
March 12, 2021
Patrons eat dinner at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the coronavirus...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Patrons eat dinner at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the coronavirus...
Patrons eat dinner at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the coronavirus disease pandemic lockdown, in he small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVF
March 12, 2021
Patrons eat dinner at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the coronavirus...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Patrons eat dinner at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the coronavirus...
Patrons eat dinner at Pap’s Place catfish restaurant, which closed for a time during the coronavirus disease pandemic lockdown, in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIVE
March 12, 2021
Residents enjoy a socially-distanced visit with relatives in the new sensory garden outside Choctaw Nursing...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Residents enjoy a socially-distanced visit in the sensory garden at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation...
Residents enjoy a socially-distanced visit with relatives in the new sensory garden outside Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 10, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIUF
March 12, 2021
A historical marker welcomes visitors traveling State Highway 15 to the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi,...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
A general view of State Highway 15 in Ackerman, Mississippi
A historical marker welcomes visitors traveling State Highway 15 to the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIUE
March 12, 2021
A dog waits for its owner outside the SuperValu grocery store in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi,...
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A dog waits for its owner outside the SuperValu grocery store in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi...
A dog waits for its owner outside the SuperValu grocery store in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIUD
March 12, 2021
Students walk to the lunchroom at Ackerman Elementary school during in-person learning in the small town...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Students walk to the lunchroom at Ackerman Elementary school in Ackerman, Mississippi
Students walk to the lunchroom at Ackerman Elementary school during in-person learning in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIUC
March 12, 2021
An inactive train depot is seen in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
An inactive train depot is seen in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi
An inactive train depot is seen in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIUB
March 12, 2021
Older students carry their lunches to their classrooms to eat, leaving the lunchroom free for younger...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Older students carry their lunches to their classrooms to eat, leaving the lunchroom free for younger...
Older students carry their lunches to their classrooms to eat, leaving the lunchroom free for younger students to keep a social distance during in-person learning at Ackerman Elementary school in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIUA
March 12, 2021
Betty Whittington, who spent 12 days on a ventilator last summer battling Covid-19, enjoys a socially-distanced...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Whittington enjoys a socially-distanced visit with her great-granddaughter at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation...
Betty Whittington, who spent 12 days on a ventilator last summer battling Covid-19, enjoys a socially-distanced visit with her 8-month-old great-granddaughter Waverly, at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center as in person visits with family members have resumed in the small town of Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 10, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIU9
March 12, 2021
Students depart for spring break at the end of an in-person school day at Choctaw County High School...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Students depart for spring break at the end of the school day at Choctaw County High School in Ackerman,...
Students depart for spring break at the end of an in-person school day at Choctaw County High School in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 11, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and ongoing vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MISSISSIPPI
RTXADIU7
March 12, 2021
Choctaw County High School baseball players pull a tarp from the field before practice in Ackerman, Mississippi,...
ACKERMAN, UNITED STATES
Choctaw County High School baseball players pull a tarp from the field before practice in Ackerman, Mississippi...
Choctaw County High School baseball players pull a tarp from the field before practice in Ackerman, Mississippi, U.S. March 10, 2021. In rural Choctaw County, Mississippi, a recent lull in Covid cases and vaccination campaigns are giving many members of the community a sense of optimism about the yearlong coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as Mississippi and surrounding states have announced that they are rescinding  mask mandates and other coronavirus restrictions. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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