In pictures | Coping with coronavirus lockdown: Day 17  04/10/2020 11:34:26  2

A devotee offers prayers from outside a church in Egmore, Chennai, on the occasion of Good Friday. Churches and all religious places have been closed for public due to the lockdown. Photo: K.V. Srinivasan
People wearing masks stop by at bus stops to buy vegetables in Bhubaneswar. The government has opened vegatable and other essential goods shops in bus stops across the city. Photo: Biswaranjan Rout
Members of an NGO serving meals to people near Guntur General Hospital in Andhra Pradesh. Photo: T. VIJAYA KUMAR
Health volunteers sanitising their hands before starting the days work in Red Zone areas of Akkayyapalem and New Colony in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. Photo: K.R. DEEPAK
Police in Bhubaneswar putting a mask on a shopper who came out from his house without wearing one. Photo: Biswaranjan Rout
An array of face masks on display at a market in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh. Photo: S. RAMBABU
The first COVID-19 survivor of Tiruchi, Tamil Nadu, leaving Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital. Photo: M. Moorthy
It is business as usual for this water bubbles vendor in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, but with the protection of a makeshift mask. Photo: M. VEDHAN
Adivasi women carrying ration walk past the Martyrs Column at Indervelli in Adilabad district, Telangana. Photo: S. HARPAL SINGH
Corporation workers spraying disinfectant at an apartment complex in Anna Nagar West, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Photo: K. Pichumani
A pastor conducting a prayer session, which was live streamed to devotees, on the occasion of Good Friday at CSI All Souls Church in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. Photo: M. Periasamy
Chandigarh police check ID cards of motorists in the city amid the ongoing lockdown. Photo: Vikas Vasudeva
The lockdown hasnt hampered paddy cultivation in Puducherry, as labourers are seen engaged in transplanting of paddy near the suburban region of Villianur. Photo: T. Singaravelou
People buying vegetables at Keshopur wholesale vegetable market in West Delhi in apparent disregard to social distancing norms. Photo: SHIV KUMAR PUSHPAKAR
Farmers in Vijayapura district of Karnataka drying grapes into raisins to prevent decay of their crop during the lockdown period. Photo: Rajendra Singh Hajeri

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