Show Hide image Art & Design 10 April 2020 In Pictures: coronavirus around the world The New Statesman's creative editor selects a series of images from photographers across the globe. By Gerry Brakus A worker wearing a protective suit disinfects a carved cross at the Salt Cathedral in Zipaquira, Colombia, on Wednesday 8 April. Photo by Ivan Valencia/Bloomberg via Getty Images A medical worker from the First Bethune Hospital of Jilin University, Wuhan, at the airport as she prepares to leave on 8 April after lockdown is lifted. Photo by Roman Pilipey/EPA-EFE At Gare d'Austerlitz railway station in Paris, France, on Sunday 5 April, a doctor stands on the entrance ramp to a high-speed TGV train equipped with intensive care units, designed to take coronavirus patients for continued healthcare at hospitals outside the capital. Photo by Nathan Laine/Bloomberg via Getty Images Nuns of the canon of the Holy Spirit de Saxia make face masks for doctors, nurses and volunteers in Krakow, Poland, 7 April. Photo by Lukasz Gugulski/EPA-EFE Children queue with cans to fill with free water distributed by the Kenyan government at the Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya, on 7 April. President Kenyatta announced the distribution of free water to low-income communiites to curb the spread of coronavirus. Photo by GORDWIN ODHIAMBO/AFP via Getty Images A UK government public health campaign is displayed in Piccadilly Circus, London, as the spread of coronavirus continues, 8 April. Photo by Hannah McKay/Reuters Nurses hold newborn babies wearing protective face shields at the Praram 9 Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand on 9 April. Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters Women in a bus in Moscow, Russia. Moscow authorities have imposed home isolation for all residents, regardless of their age, and also restrictions on movement within the city, since 30 March. A period off work with full pay was extended until 30 April nationwide as part of the preventive measures. Photo by Mikhail Metzel/Tass News Agency/Alamy A woman and child pass through a disinfection tunnel outside Civil Hospital Sector 10, where most Covid-19 patients are being treated, in Gurugram, India on 7 April. Photo by Yogendra Kumar/Hindustan Times via Getty Images Gerry Brakus is Creative Editor of the New Statesman and also writes on photography. Subscribe For the latest TV, art, films and book reviews subscribe for just £1 per month!