A man wearing a face mask due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic walks past a graffiti reading "VIRUS" on the facade of a fortified local branch of the Bank of Beirut in the Lebanese capital on May 18, 2020. AFP/PATRICK BAZ
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