A woman adjusts her face mask outside the Forbidden City in Beijing on April 12. Long lockdowns to break the coronavirus infection chain are letting people enjoy clearer skies and cleaner air in many cities around the world that are otherwise highly polluted. Photo: AFP A woman adjusts her face mask outside the Forbidden City in Beijing on April 12. Long lockdowns to break the coronavirus infection chain are letting people enjoy clearer skies and cleaner air in many cities around the world that are otherwise highly polluted. Photo: AFP
A woman adjusts her face mask outside the Forbidden City in Beijing on April 12. Long lockdowns to break the coronavirus infection chain are letting people enjoy clearer skies and cleaner air in many cities around the world that are otherwise highly polluted. Photo: AFP

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A woman adjusts her face mask outside the Forbidden City in Beijing on April 12. Long lockdowns to break the coronavirus infection chain are letting people enjoy clearer skies and cleaner air in many cities around the world that are otherwise highly polluted. Photo: AFP A woman adjusts her face mask outside the Forbidden City in Beijing on April 12. Long lockdowns to break the coronavirus infection chain are letting people enjoy clearer skies and cleaner air in many cities around the world that are otherwise highly polluted. Photo: AFP
A woman adjusts her face mask outside the Forbidden City in Beijing on April 12. Long lockdowns to break the coronavirus infection chain are letting people enjoy clearer skies and cleaner air in many cities around the world that are otherwise highly polluted. Photo: AFP
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