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Belgians under lockdown share their prized possessions

Resident Laurent Lanthier and his son Robin, 12, pose behind the window of their home with toilet paper and a game controller, objects significant to them during a coronavirus lockdown imposed by the Belgian government in an attempt to slow down the coronavirus outbreak in Brussels, Belgium March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Resident Laurent Lanthier and his son Robin, 12, pose behind the window of their home with toilet paper and a more

Resident Laurent Lanthier and his son Robin, 12, pose behind the window of their home with toilet paper and a game controller, objects significant to them during a coronavirus lockdown imposed by the Belgian government in an attempt to slow down the coronavirus outbreak in Brussels, Belgium March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Francoise and her son Denis pose on their balcony with a stethoscope and a book. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Francoise and her son Denis pose on their balcony with a stethoscope and a book. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Francoise and her son Denis pose on their balcony with a stethoscope and a book. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Anne-Sophie Devos and her twin daughters Florine and Camille, 18, pose with artwork and their cat. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Anne-Sophie Devos and her twin daughters Florine and Camille, 18, pose with artwork and their cat. REUTERS/Yvemore

Anne-Sophie Devos and her twin daughters Florine and Camille, 18, pose with artwork and their cat. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Cathou and her children Louise and Romain pose with a laptop, phone and a gaming controller. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Cathou and her children Louise and Romain pose with a laptop, phone and a gaming controller. REUTERS/Yves Hermmore

Cathou and her children Louise and Romain pose with a laptop, phone and a gaming controller. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Fernando and his children Enzo, 10, and Louna, 7, pose on their balcony with a phone, tablet and game controller. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Fernando and his children Enzo, 10, and Louna, 7, pose on their balcony with a phone, tablet and game controllmore

Fernando and his children Enzo, 10, and Louna, 7, pose on their balcony with a phone, tablet and game controller. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Boris and and his daughter Ida, 4, share artwork and a toy. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Boris and and his daughter Ida, 4, share artwork and a toy. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Boris and and his daughter Ida, 4, share artwork and a toy. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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William shows off his bicycle. REUTERS/Yves Herman

William shows off his bicycle. REUTERS/Yves Herman

William shows off his bicycle. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Christine and Yves pose with their children Robin and Fanny with headphones and drumsticks. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Christine and Yves pose with their children Robin and Fanny with headphones and drumsticks. REUTERS/Yves Hermamore

Christine and Yves pose with their children Robin and Fanny with headphones and drumsticks. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Frederic and her daughter Victoria, 11, show off headphones and a tablet. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Frederic and her daughter Victoria, 11, show off headphones and a tablet. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Frederic and her daughter Victoria, 11, show off headphones and a tablet. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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