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(FILES) This file photo taken on November 22, 2019 shows the logo of the online lodging service Airbnb displayed on a smartphone in Paris. - Airbnb on March 30, 2020 said it is devoting $250 million to help would-be hosts survive financial losses from refunds given to guests who cancelled travel plans due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Lionel BONAVENTURE / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 9, 2016 Lonnie David Franklin Jr. who was convicted of 10 counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder for the "Grim Sleeper" killings is sentenced to death on August 10, 2016 in Los Angeles, California, capping a lengthy case that centered on the gruesome deaths of more than a dozen women in South L.A. - Lonnie David Franklin, 67, who was on death row since 2016 for the "Grim Sleeper" serial killings that terrorized southern Los Angeles for decades, was found unresponsive in his cell on March 28, 2020. (Photo by Al Seib / POOL / AFP)

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This photo taken on March 30, 2020 shows employees working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. - Factory activity in China rebounded in March from a record low, according to official data released on March 31, returning to expansion territory while the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the global economy. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on March 30, 2020 shows an employee working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. - Factory activity in China rebounded in March from a record low, according to official data released on March 31, returning to expansion territory while the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the global economy. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on March 30, 2020 shows employees working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. - Factory activity in China rebounded in March from a record low, according to official data released on March 31, returning to expansion territory while the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the global economy. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on March 30, 2020 shows employees working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. - Factory activity in China rebounded in March from a record low, according to official data released on March 31, returning to expansion territory while the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the global economy. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on March 30, 2020 shows an employee working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. - Factory activity in China rebounded in March from a record low, according to official data released on March 31, returning to expansion territory while the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the global economy. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on March 30, 2020 shows an employee working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. - Factory activity in China rebounded in March from a record low, according to official data released on March 31, returning to expansion territory while the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the global economy. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on March 30, 2020 shows employees working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. - Factory activity in China rebounded in March from a record low, according to official data released on March 31, returning to expansion territory while the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the global economy. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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Aerial view showing low visibility due to air pollution in Mexico City, on March 30, 2020 during the new coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic. - The Mexican government on March 30 declared health emergency for the coronavirus pandemic until April 30 as the number of COVID-19 cases increases in the country. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)

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Aerial view showing low visibility due to air pollution in Mexico City, on March 30, 2020 during the new coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic. - The Mexican government on March 30 declared health emergency for the coronavirus pandemic until April 30 as the number of COVID-19 cases increases in the country. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)

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Aerial view showing low visibility due to air pollution in Mexico City, on March 30, 2020 during the new coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic. - The Mexican government on March 30 declared health emergency for the coronavirus pandemic until April 30 as the number of COVID-19 cases increases in the country. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)

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Aerial view showing low visibility due to air pollution in Mexico City, on March 30, 2020 during the new coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic. - The Mexican government on March 30 declared health emergency for the coronavirus pandemic until April 30 as the number of COVID-19 cases increases in the country. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)

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US President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence make their way through the Colonnade for the daily briefing on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC, on March 30, 2020. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)

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Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci steps out of the West Wing for the daily briefing on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC, on March 30, 2020. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)

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Mare Matas, local tour guide, answers journalists' questions on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken on November 20, 2019 shows traditional dolls at the cultural centre on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Nationally renowned folk singer Virve K?ster answers journalists' questions on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken from the top of a lighthouse on November 20, 2019 shows a view of Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Nationally renowned folk singer Virve K?ster (C) answers journalists' questions next to her grand daughter Reena on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Maria Michelson, music teacher, gives a violon lesson on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Maria Michelson, music teacher, poses on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken on November 20, 2019 shows the Greek Orthodox church on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken from the top of a lighthouse on November 20, 2019 shows a view of Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A resident, Marge plucks some ducks on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A couple cuts wood on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken on November 20, 2019 shows the cemetery on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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An elderly woman on her bicycle waves on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A resident cuts wood on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken on November 20, 2019 shows Margus and Marge's house on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Margus, a local fisherman, poses on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Marge, a resident, prepares toasts on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Margus, a local fisherman, smokes fish on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken on November 20, 2019 shows a barn on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A farmer attends his cows on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken on November 20, 2019 shows a community building on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Elderly women are seen behind a window during one of their regular gathering on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Mare Matas, local tour guide, feeds her chicken on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken on November 20, 2019 shows a view of Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Mare Matas, local tour guide, answers journalists' questions on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Elly Karjam, who is in charge of the lighthouse of the island, climbs the stairs on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Elly Karjam, who is in charge of the lighthouse of the island, poses on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Elly Karjam, who is in charge of the lighthouse of the island, poses on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Nationally renowned folk singer Virve K?ster answers journalists' questions next to her grand daughter Reena on November 20, 2019 on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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A picture taken on November 20, 2019 shows the local museum on Kihnu island in the Baltic Sea, 10 kilometres (six miles) off the coast of Estonia. - Steeped in folk traditions, Kihnu's historic way of life however is now threatened as economic hardship drives more and more islanders away in search of work. (Photo by Alessandro RAMPAZZO / AFP)

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Neighbours applaud in recognition of doctors and nurses who are battling the new coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic, in Havana on March 30, 2020. - Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide Monday as the death toll soared past 37,600. (Photo by Yamil LAGE / AFP)

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Astrid Perkins walks her dog at the yard of her home in Bahia Bustamante, in the Patagonian province of Chubut, Argentina, on March 30, 2020 during the "preventative and compulsory" lockdown of the population due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Many who have been living in relative isolation for years in the Argentine Patagonia are not afraid of loneliness but fear that the coronavirus will wipe out the economy of an area so dependent on tourism and oil. (Photo by Angeles SORIANO / AFP)

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Matias Soriano (L) chats with his mechanic as they sip their own mates at the shed of their home in Bahia Bustamante, in the Patagonian province of Chubut, Argentina, on March 30, 2020 during the "preventative and compulsory" lockdown of the population due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Many who have been living in relative isolation for years in the Argentine Patagonia are not afraid of loneliness but fear that the coronavirus will wipe out the economy of an area so dependent on tourism and oil. (Photo by Astrid PERKINS / AFP)

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View from the shed of Astrid Perkins and Matias Soriano in Bahia Bustamante, in the Patagonian province of Chubut, Argentina, taken on March 30, 2020 during the "preventative and compulsory" lockdown of the population due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Many who have been living in relative isolation for years in the Argentine Patagonia are not afraid of loneliness but fear that the coronavirus will wipe out the economy of an area so dependent on tourism and oil. (Photo by Astrid PERKINS / AFP)

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Astrid Perkins waters her vegetable garden at her home in Bahia Bustamante, in the Patagonian province of Chubut, Argentina, on March 30, 2020 during the "preventative and compulsory" lockdown of the population due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Many who have been living in relative isolation for years in the Argentine Patagonia are not afraid of loneliness but fear that the coronavirus will wipe out the economy of an area so dependent on tourism and oil. (Photo by Angeles SORIANO / AFP)

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Neighbours applaud in recognition of doctors and nurses who are battling the new coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic, in Havana on March 30, 2020. - Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide Monday as the death toll soared past 37,600. (Photo by Yamil LAGE / AFP)

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Security forces stop vehicles at a checkpoint in Santo Domingo on March 30, 2020 as the Dominican Republic holds a curfew aimed at slowing the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide Monday as the death toll soared past 37,600. (Photo by Erika SANTELICES / AFP)

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Security forces stop vehicles at a checkpoint in Santo Domingo on March 30, 2020 as the Dominican Republic holds a curfew aimed at slowing the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide Monday as the death toll soared past 37,600. (Photo by Erika SANTELICES / AFP)

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Security forces stop vehicles at a checkpoint in Santo Domingo on March 30, 2020 as the Dominican Republic holds a curfew aimed at slowing the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide Monday as the death toll soared past 37,600. (Photo by Erika SANTELICES / AFP)

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Security forces stop vehicles at a checkpoint in Santo Domingo on March 30, 2020 as the Dominican Republic holds a curfew aimed at slowing the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide Monday as the death toll soared past 37,600. (Photo by Erika SANTELICES / AFP)

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Security forces stop vehicles at a checkpoint in Santo Domingo on March 30, 2020 as the Dominican Republic holds a curfew aimed at slowing the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. - Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide Monday as the death toll soared past 37,600. (Photo by Erika SANTELICES / AFP)

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Handout picture released by the Venezuelan Presidency showing Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) speaking during a televised message amid the coronavirus pandemic, at Miraflores Presidential Palace in Caracas, on March 30, 2020. - Maduro called on Russia to seek agreement with Saudi Arabia and the rest of the members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) for the "recovery" of crude oil prices. (Photo by Zurimar CAMPOS / Venezuelan Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / VENEZUELA'S PRESIDENCY / ZURIMAR CAMPOS" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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Handout picture released by the Venezuelan Presidency showing Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) speaking during a televised message amid the coronavirus pandemic, at Miraflores Presidential Palace in Caracas, on March 30, 2020. - Maduro called on Russia to seek agreement with Saudi Arabia and the rest of the members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) for the "recovery" of crude oil prices. (Photo by Jhonn ZERPA / Venezuelan Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / VENEZUELA'S PRESIDENCY / JHONN ZERPA" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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A sign off a highway warns drivers that if they cross back into Texas from Louisiana they will have to quarantine on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Texas State troopers patrol I-10 across the border from Louisiana on March 30, 2020 in Orange, Texas. - Texas governor Greg Abbott expanded an executive order on March 29 that requires travelers that come into Texas by road from Louisiana to self-quarantine. (Photo by Mark Felix / AFP)

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Components for medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields are printed on 3D printers in the garage of digital advertising business owner Jeremy Reitman in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman (L) and his wife Taryn Reitman assemble medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields using components made on 3D printers in their garage in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman (L) puts a mask on his daughter Stella while his wife Taryn Reitman organizes plastic sheets and 3D printed compontents as they make medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields in their garage in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremey Reitman oversees the production of medical quality PPE face shields for doctors and nurses on 3D printers (L) in the garage of his home as his wife Taryn Reitman (R) opens a box of the filament plastic used to make the masks, in the Calabasas neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. The pandemic that has killed 2,500 nationwide has left medics dangerously exposed to the virus, with doctors forced to reuse scarce masks through the day as hospital supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) rapidly dwindle. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman prepares to box components of medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields for doctors and nurses that he made in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman displays a medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shield for doctors and nurses that he made in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman displays a component of a medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shield for doctors and nurses that he made in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Components for medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields are printed on 3D printers in the garage of digital advertising business owner Jeremy Reitman in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman watches as his five 3D printers make components for medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields in his garage in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman (L) and his wife Taryn Reitman assemble medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields using components made on 3D printers in their garage in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman (L) and his wife Taryn Reitman make medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields on 3D printers in their garage in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman (R) and his wife Taryn Reitman display an internet-sourced design they are using to make medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields on 3D printers in their garage in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. Reitman currently has five printers making 25 masks a day and is awaiting delivery of five more printers purchased with donated funds to increase output to 250 mask per day. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman boxes components for medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields which he 3D printed in his garage in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman poses wearing one of the medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields for doctors and nurses that he is making in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman wears one of the medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields for doctors and nurses that he is making in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman poses wearing one of the medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields for doctors and nurses that he is making in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman poses wearing one of the medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields for doctors and nurses that he is making in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremy Reitman displays a medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shield for doctors and nurses that he made in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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Jeremey Reitman oversees the production of medical quality PPE face shields for doctors and nurses on 3D printers (L) in the garage of his home as his wife Taryn Reitman (R) opens a box of the filament plastic used to make the masks, in the Calabasas neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. The pandemic that has killed 2,500 nationwide has left medics dangerously exposed to the virus, with doctors forced to reuse scarce masks through the day as hospital supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) rapidly dwindle. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

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An Israeli woman checks on her phone the Hamagen (shield) application that was launched earlier this month by the health ministry, in the Israeli coastal city of Netanya on March 29, 2020. - In Israel, sometimes dubbed the "start-up nation" with nearly 10 percent of workers employed in high-tech, the coronavirus pandemic has seen a flurry of new technologies designed to contain transmission. One app that has stood out so far is Hamagen, Hebrew for "the shield", launched earlier this month by the health ministry. Using geo-location technology, the app informs users about any points of contact with known coronavirus carriers. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP)

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An Israeli woman checks on her phone the Hamagen (shield) application that was launched earlier this month by the health ministry, in the Israeli coastal city of Netanya on March 29, 2020. - In Israel, sometimes dubbed the "start-up nation" with nearly 10 percent of workers employed in high-tech, the coronavirus pandemic has seen a flurry of new technologies designed to contain transmission. One app that has stood out so far is Hamagen, Hebrew for "the shield", launched earlier this month by the health ministry. Using geo-location technology, the app informs users about any points of contact with known coronavirus carriers. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP)

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Stephanie Cave sews the mask seems and straps together to finish creating masks at Stitch House on March 22, 2020 in Dorchester, Massachusetts. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. The pandemic that has killed 2,500 nationwide has left medics dangerously exposed to the virus, with doctors forced to reuse scarce masks through the day as hospital supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) rapidly dwindle. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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Stephanie Cave sews the mask seems and straps together to finish creating masks at Stitch House on March 22, 2020 in Dorchester, Massachusetts. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. The pandemic that has killed 2,500 nationwide has left medics dangerously exposed to the virus, with doctors forced to reuse scarce masks through the day as hospital supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) rapidly dwindle. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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A riot vehicle of the Bolivarian National Guard sprays decontaminant on the streets of Caracas as a measure to slow the spread of the new coronavirus COVID-19, in Caracas, on March 30, 2020. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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A riot vehicle of the Bolivarian National Guard sprays decontaminant on the streets of Caracas as a measure to slow the spread of the new coronavirus COVID-19, in Caracas, on March 30, 2020. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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A riot vehicle of the Bolivarian National Guard sprays decontaminant on the streets of Caracas as a measure to slow the spread of the new coronavirus COVID-19, in Caracas, on March 30, 2020. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they prepare to collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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Buddhist monks from Wat Matchantikaram temple wear face shields, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as they prepare to collect alms in the neighbourhood in Bangkok on March 31, 2020. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

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A riot vehicle of the Bolivarian National Guard sprays decontaminant on the streets of Caracas as a measure to slow the spread of the new coronavirus COVID-19, in Caracas, on March 30, 2020. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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Men wear face masks as they walk along an empty street in Tegucigalpa on March 30, 2020 during the lockdown ordered by the Honduran government to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Orlando SIERRA / AFP)

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Children play in an empty street of Tegucigalpa on March 30, 2020 during the lockdown ordered by the Honduran government to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Orlando SIERRA / AFP)

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A woman carries a sanitizing gel on her arm as she walk in Tegucigalpa on March 30, 2020 during the lockdown ordered by the Honduran government to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Orlando SIERRA / AFP)

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A street in the arrivals terminal is empty at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers were stationed at the airport to help travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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A informing travelers arriving on incoming flights of an order to self-quarantine is displayed at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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US Army National Guard soldiers assist elderly travelers with their luggage at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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US Army National Guard soldiers assist elderly travelers with their luggage at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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US Army National Guard soldiers wait to inform travelers arriving on incoming flights of an order to self-quarantine at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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US Army National Guard soldiers wait to inform travelers arriving on incoming flights of an order to self-quarantine at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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US Army National Guard soldiers put on protective gear as they wait to inform travelers arriving on incoming flights of an order to self-quarantine at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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A US Army National Guard soldier waits to inform travelers arriving on incoming flights of an order to self-quarantine at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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US Army National Guard soldiers put on protective gear as they wait to inform travelers arriving on incoming flights of an order to self-quarantine at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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Workers fumigate an old abandoned hospital that is being renovated for future COVID-19 patients of the current coronavirus pandemic, in Medellin, Colombia, on March 30, 2020. (Photo by Joaquin SARMIENTO / AFP)

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A US Army National Guard Soldier informs Dori Rose of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state to self-quarantine for 14 days at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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A US Army National Guard Soldier informs Dr. Albert Nuttall of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state to self-quarantine for 14 days after he arrived at TF Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island on March 30, 2020, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. - National Guard soldiers at the airport helped travelers register their travels and informed them of an order by the governor requiring any person entering the state of Rhode Island to self-quarantine for 14 days. Harsh lockdowns aimed at halting the march of the coronavirus pandemic extended worldwide on March 30 as the death toll soared past 37,500 amid new waves of US outbreaks. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)

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Workers paint the facade of an old abandoned hospital that is being renovated for future COVID-19 patients of the current coronavirus pandemic, in Medellin, Colombia, on March 30, 2020. (Photo by Joaquin SARMIENTO / AFP)

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