Coronavirus tales: People put up banners with messages of hope and gratitude

Updated: May 30, 2020, 13:16 | Sherlin Rajan
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    People walk by the Lumiere Music Hall theatre, displaying messages of solidarity, in Beverly Hills, California during the COVID-19 crisis.

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    A garbage collector looks at a wall called 'the wall of 1000 thanks' where encouraging and thankful messages written by inhabitants are displayed, at the office in Eysines near Bordeaux, during a strict lockdown in France to stop the spread of COVID-19

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    Messages of hope to the public and support for the NHS (National Health Service) are seen in the windows of The DLD College close to St Thomas' Hospital in central London during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    A banner attached to a balcony reads: "everything will be ok" in Berlin amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    A police officer patrols past The Anthem, a popular live music venue, displaying a message of support on their marquee amid the coronavirus pandemic in Washington, DC.

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    Mannequins hold up messages of support in a shop window in Lincoln, Eastern England during the nationwide lockdown to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic in Britain.

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    A message saying "Everything will be alright" is displayed on a window in Nogent-Sur-Marne during the lockdown in France aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic

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    A poster depicting the colours of a rainbow, being used as symbols of hope during the COVID-19 pandemic, is pictured in the window of a house in Manchester, north west England during the nationwide lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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    Residents place messages on their window in support to their neighbor -a health worker- who received death threats, in Bogota amid the Covid 19 pandemic.

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    A banner reading "Thanks to our healthcare employees" is displayed on a balcony in Paris, during a strict lockdown in France aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus.

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    A cyclist passes a banner thanking NHS staff who continue to work in Sevenoaks, south of London during the nationwide lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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    This picture taken in Paris, shows a banner displayed at windows reading "Congratulations to doctors", amid a strict lockdown in France to attempt to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

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     A motorcyclist wearing a face mask rides past a banner reading in French: "It's going to be all right" in a street in Lausanne amid the COVID-19 outbreak, caused by the novel coronavirus.

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    Poster of rainbows, being used as symbols of hope during the COVID-19 pandemic, and messages of thanks for the workers of Britain's NHS (National Health Service) are seen in the windows of 10 Downing Street, the official residence of Britain's Prime Minister, in central London.

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    Tributes to key workers adorn closed buildings in a deserted Leeds city centre, northern England during the nationwide lockdown to curb the coronavirus pandemic.

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About The Gallery

The ongoing Coronavirus outbreak has infected millions across the globe and claimed many lives. It has prompted many essential workers such as doctors, nurses, healthcare staff and police officers to fight the pandemic on the frontline. Amid the gloom, messages of hope, positivity, gratitude, solidarity and unity have been spotted in the nooks and corners of the world, making people feel better about emerging from the dark times. (Pictures/AFP)