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Hildegard De Stefano wears a face mask to curb the spread of COVID-19 as she plays her violin during a lesson with maestro Luca Braga at the Giuseppe Verdi Music Conservatory, in Milan, Italy, Thursday, April 29, 2021. Whatever the instrument, flute, violin or drums, students at Italy's oldest and largest music conservatory have been playing behind plexiglass screens during much of the pandemic as the Conservatory found ways to preserve instruction throughout Italy’s many rolling lockdowns. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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Viola Arena, background, wears a sanitary face mask as she plays the piano piano behind a transparent panel to curb the spread of COVID-19, during a lesson with maestro Andrea Carcano at the Giuseppe Verdi Music Conservatory, in Milan, Italy, Thursday, April 29, 2021. Whatever the instrument, flute, violin or drums, students at Italy's oldest and largest music conservatory have been playing behind plexiglass screens during much of the pandemic as the Conservatory found ways to preserve instruction throughout Italy’s many rolling lockdowns. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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Ylenia Labanca, left, plays piano with a singer Yidan Fu, behind a transparent panel to curb the spread of COVID-19, during a lesson at the Giuseppe Verdi Music Conservatory, in Milan, Italy, Thursday, April 29, 2021. Whatever the instrument, flute, violin or drums, students at Italy's oldest and largest music conservatory have been playing behind plexiglass screens during much of the pandemic as the Conservatory found ways to preserve instruction throughout Italy’s many rolling lockdowns. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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Luis Urgiles, right, plays his saxophone behind a transparent panel to curb the spread of COVID-19, during a lesson with maestro Tino Tracanna at the Giuseppe Verdi Music Conservatory, in Milan, Italy, Thursday, April 29, 2021. Whatever the instrument, flute, violin or drums, students at Italy's oldest and largest music conservatory have been playing behind plexiglass screens during much of the pandemic as the Conservatory found ways to preserve instruction throughout Italy’s many rolling lockdowns. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) I

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Hildegard De Stefano, left, plays her violin and Denis Malakhof, right, plays the piano during a lesson with maestro Luca Braga, all wearing face masks to curb the spread of COVD-19, at the Giuseppe Verdi Music Conservatory, in Milan, Italy, Thursday, April 29, 2021. Whatever the instrument, flute, violin or drums, students at Italy's oldest and largest music conservatory have been playing behind plexiglass screens during much of the pandemic as the Conservatory found ways to preserve instruction throughout Italy’s many rolling lockdowns. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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A sanitary mask lies in a saxophone container during the Giuseppe Verdi jazz orchestra rehearsals at the Giuseppe Verdi Music Conservatory, in Milan, Italy, Friday, May 7, 2021. Whatever the instrument, flute, violin or drums, students at Italy's oldest and largest music conservatory have been playing behind plexiglass screens during much of the pandemic as the Conservatory found ways to preserve instruction throughout Italy’s many rolling lockdowns. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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Bijender and Kanika Gautam, owners of the Ultra Bodies Fitness Studio, take online class from their closed Gyms on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, Thursday, June 10, 2021. Gyms were among the last types of venues allowed to reopen from the 2020 lockdown and they were closed again during the latest outbreaks. The Gautams had been thriving on income from their 100 gym members, making enough to rent their two-story space and pay five trainers. Now, they're relying on whatever they can scrape together from offering online fitness training, and struggling to afford rent and school fees for their two children. (AP Photo/Rishabh R. Jain)

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Kanika Gautam, owner of the Ultra Bodies Fitness Studio, takes online class from their closed Gyms on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, Thursday, June 10, 2021. Gyms were among the last types of venues allowed to reopen from the 2020 lockdown and they were closed again during the latest outbreaks. The Gautams had been thriving on income from their 100 gym members, making enough to rent their two-story space and pay five trainers. Now, they're relying on whatever they can scrape together from offering online fitness training, and struggling to afford rent and school fees for their two children. (AP Photo/Rishabh R. Jain)

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Bijender and Kanika Gautam, owners of the Ultra Bodies Fitness Studio, take online class from their closed Gyms on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, Thursday, June 10, 2021. Gyms were among the last types of venues allowed to reopen from the 2020 lockdown and they were closed again during the latest outbreaks. The Gautams had been thriving on income from their 100 gym members, making enough to rent their two-story space and pay five trainers. Now, they're relying on whatever they can scrape together from offering online fitness training, and struggling to afford rent and school fees for their two children. (AP Photo/Rishabh R. Jain)

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Daily wage laborers wait to be employed for the day, on a street in Mumbai, India, Friday, June 11, 2021. India’s economy was on the cusp of recovery from the first pandemic shock when a new wave of infections swept the country, infecting millions, killing hundreds of thousands and forcing many people to stay home. Cases are now tapering off, but prospects for many Indians are drastically worse as salaried jobs vanish, incomes shrink and inequality is rising. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)