The Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil was lit up with pictures of social insurance laborers as a tribute to those taking a chance with their lives each day to help other people during the coronavirus pandemic. Additionally anticipated onto the 125-foot-tall figure were messages of energy, for example, "trust," in various dialects nearby visuals of medical caretakers and specialists clad in defensive apparatus. The projection happened this past Easter Sunday, having denoted the second time the Christ the Redeemer statue has been utilized to bring issues to light encompassing the COVID-19 emergency. A month ago, the noteworthy landmark was anticipated with the banners of nations influenced by the infection including China, the United States of America, and that's just the beginning. Brazil is one of 14 nations that are announcing at any rate 22,000 instances of coronavirus, as indicated by Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School of Engineering.