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As the world rushes to roll-out coronavirus vaccines, governments and health officials have had to get creative with their vaccination sites, converting public spaces into venues for jabs.
From cathedrals to nightclubs, few spaces have been spared - with schools, stadiums and even historic landmarks being used as vaccination sites to meet demand.
Many sites have been created by taking advantage of spaces which have been shut down by Covid-19 restrictions.
These include: New York City’s Citi Field stadium, Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal, and Epsom Downs racecourse in England.
You can find some of the most surprising venues for vaccination sites around the world below:
Christ the Redeemer statue, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
National Velodrome, Paris, France
Wanda Metropolitano stadium, Madrid, Spain
Former nightclub Batchwood Hall, St Albans, UK
Citi Field, New York, US
GUM department store, Moscow, Russia
Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park, California, US
Mobile vaccination centre, Grosshartmannsdorf, Germany
Poets’ Corner, Westminster Abbey, London, UK
Marittima Station, Naples, Italy