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Covid-19: Our world re-engineered for social distancing

Eating while social distancingReuters
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Eating while social distancing
People have lunch at the Penguin Eat Shabu hotpot restaurant after it reopened in Bangkok, Thailand.
Social distancing on a streetReuters
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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 officeReuters
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'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 schoolReuters
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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.
TramwayReuters
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Tramway
Circles on the ground indicating where to sit and stand in a tramway in Nice, France.
A glass house for elderly peopleReuters
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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 salonReuters
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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 curtainReuters
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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 urinalsReuters
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Social distancing at urinals
Urinals, with some blocked off to maintain social distancing, on the M20 motorway in Maidstone, Britain
At a Mercedes car dealerReuters
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At a Mercedes car dealer
People stand on social-distancing markers at a Mercedes car dealer in Brussels, Belgium.
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