Romance in times of coronavirus: As countries ease lockdown, lovers reunite
The coronavirus crisis has forced many couples to stay away from each other but now as countries ease their lockdown rules, things are seen improving on the romantic front.
Czech May Day
A couple kisses under the statue of a famous Czech romantic poet Karel Hynek Macha as a part of a Czech May Day tradition at Petrin Hill.
A wedding celebration
Liza Pankey gets held up by her husband Christopher Pankey and his groomsmen after their wedding at Galveston Beach In Galveston, Texas, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Texas beaches were ordered to be opened on May 1, 2020.
Love in the protest
A couple kisses in between hundreds of protesters as they rallied outside the New Hampshire State House to open the state in Concord.
Stir-crazy Italians kiss in Milan roads as Italy starts to ease its lockdown, during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection.
Hugs in the park
This is surely what they were missing in lockdown as a couple hugs in the park in Rome during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection.
He happens to live in Switzerland. She happens to live in Germany. Lukas and Leonie, a cross-border couple who couldn't resist staying away, violated social distancing as the government agreed to open up the fence between the countries.
Newly-wed Italians Ester Concilio and Rafaele Carbonelli kiss while wearing face masks following their wedding ceremony at the Briosco's town hall, during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection.
Blossom tree kiss
A couple kisses under a blossom tree as a part of a Czech May Day tradition at Petrin Hill.