Covid-19: Our world re-engineered for social distancing
Eating while social distancing
People have lunch at the Penguin Eat Shabu hotpot restaurant after it reopened in Bangkok, Thailand.
Social distancing on a street
A yellow stripe painted in the middle of a pedestrian street to help people comply with social distance guidelines in Aalborg, Denmark.
'Six foot rule' in office
A prototype office of international real estate company Cushman & Wakefield with a workplace design concept using the 'six foot rule' of social distancing in Amsterdam.
Partition boards at a primary school
Pupils sitting behind partition boards made of plexiglass attend a class at a primary school in Den Bosch, Netherlands.
Circles on the ground indicating where to sit and stand in a tramway in Nice, France.
A glass house for elderly people
A woman is seen at a care facility for elderly people with dementia, in a glass house made especially to combat loneliness caused by the visit ban due to coronavirus outbreak in Wassenaar, Netherlands.
Dividers in a salon
Women are separated by dividers as they have their hair washed after social distancing guidelines at Bella Rinova in Houston, Texas.
Bank counter with a plastic curtain
A bank teller wearing a protective face mask stands at a counter with a plastic curtain installed to prevent the spread of coronavirus, at the Higashinakano branch of MUFG Bank in Tokyo, Japan.
Social distancing at urinals
Urinals, with some blocked off to maintain social distancing, on the M20 motorway in Maidstone, Britain
At a Mercedes car dealer
People stand on social-distancing markers at a Mercedes car dealer in Brussels, Belgium.