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Photo Story: Tribute in the Philippines to fontliners in fight against coronavirus pandemic

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A local artist hangs a sign on a building where an image of local superhero character ‘Darna’ in a healthworker’s uniform is being painted in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines 18 May 2020.

A local group of artists collectively known as Art Atak conceptualized the artwork to pay tribute to frontliners serving to help fight the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

The Philippines’ health ministry on Monday reported seven new coronavirus deaths and 205 additional infections.

In a bulletin, the ministry said total deaths from the outbreak had increased to 831, while confirmed cases have risen to 12,718. But 94 more patients recovered, bringing total recoveries to 2,729.




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