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Looking in, looking out on the world while under lockdown
From refugee camps to lush backyard gardens, portraits of people at home while under lockdown around the world, and their views from inside looking out.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
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May 28, 2020
Adetona Omokanye, a 29 year-old documentary photographer, takes pictures from the window of his home...
Lagos, Nigeria
Adetona Omokanye takes pictures from the window of his home in Lagos
Adetona Omokanye, a 29 year-old documentary photographer, takes pictures from the window of his home in Lekki, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Lagos, Nigeria May 24, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Adetona replied ' I think I will definitely miss the fact that during the lockdown, it has been a great time for me to get time to breathe, to re-evaluate how IÕve been living my life and trying to focus more on the things that truly matter to me and that makes me happy'. Picture taken May 24, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39APD
May 28, 2020
A view is pictured from the window of Adetona Omokanye's' home in Lekki, as authorities around the world...
Lagos, Nigeria
A view is pictured from the window of Adetona Omokanye's' home in Lagos
A view is pictured from the window of Adetona Omokanye's' home in Lekki, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Lagos, Nigeria May 24, 2020. Picture taken May 24, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AP7
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Adetona Omokanye, a 29 year-old documentary photographer, taking pictures...
Lagos, Nigeria
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Lagos
A combination picture shows Adetona Omokanye, a 29 year-old documentary photographer, taking pictures from the window of his home in Lekki, and a view seen from his window, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Lagos, Nigeria May 24, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Adetona replied ' I think I will definitely miss the fact that during the lockdown, it has been a great time for me to get time to breathe, to re-evaluate how I’ve been living my life and trying to focus more on the things that truly matter to me and that makes me happy'. Picture taken May 24, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39ASB
May 28, 2020
Businesswoman Mable Selina Etambo 39, looks at her phone as seen through the window of her mud-walled...
Nairobi, Kenya
Businesswoman Mable Selina Etambo 39, looks at her phone inside her mud-walled house in Kibera slums,...
Businesswoman Mable Selina Etambo 39, looks at her phone as seen through the window of her mud-walled house, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Kibera slums, Kenya May 25, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Mable Selina Etambo replied: " I will miss my space because we are a very social society. COVID has made me realise that I need time to sit alone, reflect and plan my life without people bothering me". Picture taken May 25, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AS8
May 28, 2020
A mud-wall shack is seen through the window of businesswoman Mable Selina Etambo's house, as authorities...
Nairobi, Kenya
A mud-wall shack is seen through the window of businesswoman Mable Selina Etambo's house in Kibera slums,...
A mud-wall shack is seen through the window of businesswoman Mable Selina Etambo's house, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Kibera slums, Kenya May 25, 2020. Picture taken May 25, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39ASD
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows businesswoman Mable Selina Etambo 39, looking at her phone as seen through...
Nairobi, Kenya
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Nairobi
A combination picture shows businesswoman Mable Selina Etambo 39, looking at her phone as seen through the window of her mud-walled house, and a view seen from her window, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Kibera slums, Kenya May 25, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Mable Selina Etambo replied: " I will miss my space because we are a very social society. COVID has made me realise that I need time to sit alone, reflect and plan my life without people bothering me". Picture taken May 25, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AR2
May 28, 2020
Yael Ben Ezer, a dancer from Israel's Batsheva Dance Company, is seen through a window while she practices...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Yael Ben Ezer, a dancer from Israel's Batsheva Dance Company, is seen through a window while she practices...
Yael Ben Ezer, a dancer from Israel's Batsheva Dance Company, is seen through a window while she practices in her apartment, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Tel Aviv, Israel May 19, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Yael Ben Ezer, replied 'I will miss the comfortable feeling of IT'S OK. It's ok not to "do" anything, it's ok not to be "productive" in the way we usually think. Things would come and go, the sun would rise and set, and I would just be living. And that's totally enough'. Picture taken May 19, 2020. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39ASA
May 28, 2020
Zodidi Desewula, a housewife from the Eastern Cape province, takes a break by reading as seen through...
Carletonville, South Africa
Zodidi Desewula reads in her one-roomed rondavel house in Carletonville
Zodidi Desewula, a housewife from the Eastern Cape province, takes a break by reading as seen through the doorway of her one-roomed rondavel house, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at the Sibanye Stillwater's women's hostel in Carletonville, South Africa, May 23, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Zodidi says there is nothing she will miss about the lockdown once it is over. To her it was torture because she and her husband were stuck in one place unable to move. She also said " My self and my husband were stuck in this single room house unable to go to work. We were struggling in getting food to eat because there was no income". Picture taken May 23, 2020. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AS5
May 28, 2020
Lama Nadra, 28, reads a book as seen through the balcony's door into her home, as authorities around...
Tyre, Lebanon
Lama Nadra, 28, reads inside her home in Tyre
Lama Nadra, 28, reads a book as seen through the balcony's door into her home, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Tyre, southern Lebanon May 18, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Lama replied: " I will miss the family gathering; my brother will go back to Dubai and I will go back to Beirut. I will be separated from my father and mother too". Picture taken May 18, 2020. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AS4
May 28, 2020
A view is pictured from inside Lama Nadra's home, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines...
Tyre, Lebanon
A view is pictured from inside Lama Nadra's home in Tyre
A view is pictured from inside Lama Nadra's home, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Tyre, southern Lebanon May 18, 2020. Picture taken May 18, 2020. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AS3
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Lama Nadra, 28, reading a book as seen through the balcony's door into her...
Tyre, Lebanon
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Sidon
A combination picture shows Lama Nadra, 28, reading a book as seen through the balcony's door into her home, and a view pictured from her home, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Tyre, southern Lebanon May 18, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Lama replied: " I will miss the family gathering; my brother will go back to Dubai and I will go back to Beirut. I will be separated from my father and mother too". Picture taken May 18, 2020. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AR8
May 28, 2020
Abu Ghazl, a 53-year-old internally displaced man, sits inside his tent at a makeshift camp erected in...
MAARAT MISRIN, Syria
Abu Ghazl, a 53-year-old internally displaced man, sits inside his tent at a makeshift camp erected in...
Abu Ghazl, a 53-year-old internally displaced man, sits inside his tent at a makeshift camp erected in a cemetery, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Maarat Misrin, an opposition-held northern Idlib town, Syria May 22, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Abu Ghazl replied: "I wont miss anything after the lockdown because our situation will remain the same. Send us back to our home and we will self quarantine there as much as you want". Picture taken May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQU
May 28, 2020
Graves are seen from the tent of Abu Ghazl, a 53-year-old internally displaced man, at a makeshift camp...
MAARAT MISRIN, Syria
Graves are seen from the tent of Abu Ghazl in Maarat Misrin
Graves are seen from the tent of Abu Ghazl, a 53-year-old internally displaced man, at a makeshift camp erected in a cemetery, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Maarat Misrin, an opposition-held northern Idlib town, Syria, May 22, 2020. Picture taken May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQY
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Abu Ghazl, a 53-year-old internally displaced man, sitting inside his tent...
MAARAT MISRIN, Syria
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in in Maarat Misrin
A combination picture shows Abu Ghazl, a 53-year-old internally displaced man, sitting inside his tent and a view of graves from his tent, at a makeshift camp erected in a cemetery, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Maarat Misrin, an opposition-held northern Idlib town, Syria, May 22, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Abu Ghazl replied: "I wont miss anything after the lockdown because our situation will remain the same. Send us back home and we will self quarantine there as much as you want". Picture taken May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQP
May 28, 2020
Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar, 20, exercises as seen through the window into his home after gyms were closed,...
Karbala, Iraq
Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar exercises at home in the holy city of Karbala
Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar, 20, exercises as seen through the window into his home after gyms were closed, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the holy city of Karbala, Iraq, April 21, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar replied: "What I will miss is time gained because going to the gym takes more time than exercising at home". Picture taken April 21, 2020. REUTERS/Abdullah Dhiaa Al-deen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQN
May 28, 2020
A view is pictured from the window of Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar's home where he is seen reflected, as authorities...
Karbala, Iraq
A view is pictured from the window of Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar's home in the holy city of Karbala
A view is pictured from the window of Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar's home where he is seen reflected, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the holy city of Karbala, Iraq, April 21, 2020. Picture taken April 21, 2020. REUTERS/Abdullah Dhiaa Al-deen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39APP
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar, 20, exercising as seen through the window into his...
Karbala, Iraq
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in the holy city of Karbala
A combination picture shows Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar, 20, exercising as seen through the window into his home after gyms were closed, and a view from his window's home, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the holy city of Karbala, Iraq, April 21, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Mohsin Rakha Al-meamar replied: "What I will miss is time gained because going to the gym takes more time than exercising at home". Picture taken April 21, 2020. REUTERS/Abdullah Dhiaa Al-deen TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39APZ
May 28, 2020
Zineb Mohamed "Om Hany", a 59 year-old woman concierge, watches television as seen from a doorway into...
Cairo, Egypt
Zineb Mohamed watches television as seen from a doorway into her room in Cairo
Zineb Mohamed "Om Hany", a 59 year-old woman concierge, watches television as seen from a doorway into her room, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Zineb replied : " I will miss life being quiet, especially at night ". Picture taken May 15, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQH
May 28, 2020
A view is seen from the doorway's room of Zineb Mohamed "Om Hany", a 59 year-old woman concierge, as...
Cairo, Egypt
A view is seen from the doorway's room of Zineb Mohamed in Cairo
A view is seen from the doorway's room of Zineb Mohamed "Om Hany", a 59 year-old woman concierge, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2020. Picture taken May 15, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQI
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Zineb Mohamed "Om Hany", a 59 year-old woman concierge, watching television...
Cairo, Egypt
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Cairo
A combination picture shows Zineb Mohamed "Om Hany", a 59 year-old woman concierge, watching television as seen from a doorway into her room, and a view from her room, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Zineb replied : " I will miss life being quiet, especially at night ". Picture taken May 15, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AR4
May 28, 2020
Jordanian brothers Hussein and Zeyad Ashish, boxers who qualified to next year's Olympics, engage in...
Amman, Jordan
Jordanian brothers Hussein and Zeyad Ashish engage in an online boxing training on the roof of their...
Jordanian brothers Hussein and Zeyad Ashish, boxers who qualified to next year's Olympics, engage in an online boxing training as seen through a window into the roof of their home, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Al-Baqaa Palestinian refugee camp, near Amman, Jordan, May 14, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Hussein replied: "I will miss this place where I spent wonderful time training. I will miss beautiful memories spent here after the lockdown". Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39ARY
May 28, 2020
A view of Al-Baqaa camp as seen from a roof window. Jordanian brothers Hussein and Zeyad Ashish, boxers...
Amman, Jordan
A view of Al-Baqaa camp as seen from the roof's window of Jordanian brothers Hussein and Zeyad Ashish...
A view of Al-Baqaa camp as seen from a roof window. Jordanian brothers Hussein and Zeyad Ashish, boxers who qualified for next year's Olympics, have had their movements restricted to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Al-Baqaa Palestinian refugee camp, near Amman, Jordan, May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AR9
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Jordanian brothers Hussein and Zeyad Ashish, boxers who qualified to next...
Amman, Jordan
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Amman
A combination picture shows Jordanian brothers Hussein and Zeyad Ashish, boxers who qualified to next year's Olympics, engaging in an online boxing training as seen through a window into the roof of their home at Al-Baqaa Palestinian refugee camp, and view of the camp, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), near Amman, Jordan, May 14, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Hussein replied: "I will miss this place where I spent wonderful time training. I will miss beautiful memories spent here after the lockdown". Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQ8
May 28, 2020
Domestic worker Alphonia Zali looks out from her two roomed apartment, as authorities around the world...
Cape Town, South Africa
Domestic worker Alphonia Zali looks out from her two roomed apartment in Langa township near Cape Town...
Domestic worker Alphonia Zali looks out from her two roomed apartment, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Langa township near Cape Town, South Africa, May 7, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Alphonia replied: " I wonÕt miss anything about the lockdown. I know the lockdown is good for us, but to stay inside is difficult. You canÕt shop, see friends, or go to work". Picture taken May 7, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQM
May 28, 2020
Bruno Ngetich, 10, swings as seen through the window of a staircase inside a building in the Mathare...
Nairobi, Kenya
Bruno Ngetich swings at a staircase inside a building in the Mathare slums of Nairobi
Bruno Ngetich, 10, swings as seen through the window of a staircase inside a building in the Mathare slums of Nairobi, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Kenya, May 20, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Bruno said "I will not miss anything once the curfew is over. I miss going to school and playing outside". Picture taken May 20, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQS
May 28, 2020
A view is seen from the window of a staircase where a swing is hanging inside a building in the Mathare...
Nairobi, Kenya
A view is seen from the window of a staircase inside a building in the Mathare slums of Nairobi
A view is seen from the window of a staircase where a swing is hanging inside a building in the Mathare slums of Nairobi, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Kenya, May 20, 2020. Picture taken May 20, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQK
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Bruno Ngetich,10, swinging as seen through the window of a staircase inside...
Nairobi, Kenya
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Kenya
A combination picture shows Bruno Ngetich,10, swinging as seen through the window of a staircase inside a building, and a view from the building, in the Mathare slums of Nairobi, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Kenya, May 20, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Bruno said "I will not miss anything once the curfew is over. I miss going to school and playing outside". Picture taken May 20, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39APO
May 28, 2020
Alexander Caiafas, a 25 year-old data analyst, is seen working through a window into his home in Ikoyi,...
Lagos, Nigeria
Alexander Caiafas works from home in Lagos
Alexander Caiafas, a 25 year-old data analyst, is seen working through a window into his home in Ikoyi, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Lagos, Nigeria May 25, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Alexander replied: ' Spending quality time with relatives and parents because you know, thatÕs often hard to do. Secondly, I would say I miss speaking over the phone to close friends like on FaceTime, HouseParty, Zoom, all those kinds of applications'. Picture taken May 25, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39APN
May 28, 2020
A view is pictured from the balcony of Alexander Caiafas' home in Ikoyi, as authorities around the world...
Lagos, Nigeria
A view is pictured from the balcony of Alexander Caiafas' home in Lagos
A view is pictured from the balcony of Alexander Caiafas' home in Ikoyi, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Lagos, Nigeria May 25, 2020. Picture taken May 25, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39APM
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Alexander Caiafas, a 25 year-old data analyst, working from his home in Ikoyi,...
Lagos, Nigeria
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Lagos
A combination picture shows Alexander Caiafas, a 25 year-old data analyst, working from his home in Ikoyi, and a view seen from his balcony, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Lagos, Nigeria May 25, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Alexander replied: ' Spending quality time with relatives and parents because you know, that’s often hard to do. Secondly, I would say I miss speaking over the phone to close friends like on FaceTime, HouseParty, Zoom, all those kinds of applications'. Picture taken May 25, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQ2
May 28, 2020
Nada Maged, a 20 year-old a student at the faculty of Arts and Design in MSA University, who is seen...
Cairo, Egypt
Nada Maged works on her stop motion video project inside her home in Cairo
Nada Maged, a 20 year-old a student at the faculty of Arts and Design in MSA University, who is seen through her balcony's door at her home, works on a stop motion video project, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 14, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Nada replied: " I will miss spending time quality with my family and will miss the feeling that I have more free time which is sometime I have dreamed of ". Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39APT
May 28, 2020
A view is pictured from the home's balcony of Nada Maged, a 20 year-old student at the faculty of Arts...
Cairo, Egypt
A view is pictured from the home's balcony of Nada Maged in Cairo
A view is pictured from the home's balcony of Nada Maged, a 20 year-old student at the faculty of Arts and Design in MSA University, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQA
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Nada Maged, a 20 year-old a student at the faculty of Arts and Design in...
Cairo, Egypt
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Cairo
A combination picture shows Nada Maged, a 20 year-old a student at the faculty of Arts and Design in MSA University, who is seen through her balcony's door at her home, working on a stop motion video project, and a view form her balcony's door, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 14, 2020. When asked, what will you miss most about being in lockdown? Nada replied: " I will miss spending time quality with my family and will miss the feeling that I have more free time which is sometime I have dreamed of ". Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQE
May 28, 2020
Palestinian boy Belal Daraghma, 3, looks out as he sits on the window of his family apartment in Tubas,...
Tubas, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian boy Belal Daraghma, 3, looks out as he sits on the window of his family apartment in Tubas...
Palestinian boy Belal Daraghma, 3, looks out as he sits on the window of his family apartment in Tubas, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the Israeli-occupied West Bank April 16, 2020. " He spends much of his time sitting on the window playing with his toys and looking outside as he gets bored from the home confinement due to the coronavirus," said Belal's mother. Picture taken April 16, 2020. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39AQ0
May 28, 2020
Houses are seen through the window of the family apartment of Palestinian boy Belal Daraghma, 3, in Tubas,...
Tubas, Palestinian Territories
Houses are seen through the window of the family apartment of Palestinian boy Belal Daraghma in Tubas...
Houses are seen through the window of the family apartment of Palestinian boy Belal Daraghma, 3, in Tubas, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the Israeli-occupied West Bank April 16, 2020. Picture taken April 16, 2020. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INSIDEOUT
RTS39APQ
May 28, 2020
A combination picture shows Palestinian boy Belal Daraghma, 3, sitting on the window of his family apartment...
Tubas, Palestinian Territories
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in the Israeli-occupied West Bank
A combination picture shows Palestinian boy Belal Daraghma, 3, sitting on the window of his family apartment in Tubas, and a view from the apartment, as authorities around the world impose various guidelines on lockdowns and social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the Israeli-occupied West Bank April 16, 2020. " He spends much of his time sitting on the window playing with his toys and looking outside as he gets bored from the home confinement due to the coronavirus," said Belal's mother. Picture taken April 16, 2020. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
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