Photos of the Week (02/28/21)

A pictorial week-in-review posted every Sunday.

1) The vehicle of golfer Tiger Woods, who was rushed to hospital after suffering multiple injuries, lies on its side after being involved in a single-vehicle accident in Los Angeles, California, in a still image from video taken February 23. Photo: KNBC via REUTERS

2) Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies inspect the vehicle of golfer Tiger Woods, who was rushed to hospital after suffering multiple injuries, after it was involved in a single-vehicle accident in Los Angeles, California, February 23, 2021. Photo:  REUTERS/Gene Blevins

3) An officer looks through a window as Capitol Police Capt. Carneysha Mendoza, foreground, prepares to speak at a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs & Senate Rules and Administration joint hearing on Capitol Hill, Washington, February 23, 2021, to examine the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Photo: Andrew Harnik/Pool via REUTERS

4) U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene enters her office after the congresswoman hung a poster outside reading “There are TWO genders, MALE & FEMALE. Trust The Science!” in reaction to a trans pride flag hung across the hall outside the office of Rep. Marie Newman (D-Il) in the midst of contentious debate over “The Equality Act” being debated by the House on Capitol Hill in Washington, February 25. Photo: REUTERS/Carlos Barria

5) President Joe Biden, first lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and second gentleman Doug Emhoff participate in a moment of silence at the White House in Washington, Feb. 22, 2021, to honor the 500,000 Americans who have died from COVID-19. Photo: AP

6) Virginia state senator Amanda Chase, a Republican who refuses to wear a mask, sits inside a plexiglass booth erected for her against the spread of coronavirus disease during the Senate special session at the Science Museum of Virginia remote location in Richmond, Virginia, February 25. Photo: REUTERS/Julia Rendleman

7) Wenatchee High School in Washington state, to allow band members to practice their instruments while remaining socially distant, placed the students inside individual tents. Another look. One tweet read “This is beyond stupid. We have lost our minds. Every day I say it can’t get more asinine…and yet it does.” Photos: Blaze Media

8) A woman holds a sign at a window of the Radisson Blu Hotel at Heathrow Airport, as Britain introduces a hotel quarantine programme for arrivals from a “red list” of 30 countries due to the coronavirus pandemic, in London, Britain, February 25. Photo: REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

9) A resident of the Villa Sacra Famiglia nursing home, Anna, hugs her daughter through a plastic screen in the “Hug Room,” during the COVID-19 pandemic, on February 24, 2021, in Rome, Italy. One year after the start of the pandemic, the home has inaugurated its Hug Room, which allows guests and their families to touch each other while remaining separated and protected. Photo: Antonio Masiello / Getty

10) A worker drives a Zamboni ice resurfacer painted with the Trump logo on the Wollman Skating Rink after its closure in Central Park, in New York City, on February 21, 2021. Photo: Kena Betancur / AFP / Getty

11) A violent eruption spews ash more than a kilometer into the sky above Mount Etna in Sicily on February 23, 2021. Photo: Marco Restivo / Barcroft Media via Getty

12) A Chinese tourist visits the snow-covered Mutianyu Great Wall on February 23, 2021, in Beijing, China. Affected by the pandemic, the number of visitors to the Mutianyu Great Wall in 2020 dropped by about 60 percent. Photo: Lintao Zhang / Getty

13) A woman gets trampled by a police horse during a demonstration of several hundreds of people protesting against the coronavirus lockdown and curfew in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Photo: AP

14) Dr. Mohamed Salah Siala plays the violin for patients in the COVID wards of the Hedi Chaker hospital in Sfax, eastern Tunisia, Feb. 20, 2021. Photo: AP

15) The surface of Mars directly below NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover is seen using the Rover Down-Look Camera in an image acquired February 22.   Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Handout via REUTERS

16) Ice sits at the base of the American Falls, in Niagara Falls, New York. Photo: Reuters

17) A 139-year-old Victorian house hoisted on to a flat-bed truck is pulled to its new location six blocks away in San Francisco. Photograph: Brittany Hosea-Small/Reuters

18) In Frankfurt, Germany, toy pandas are seated in a closed restaurant in the city center. The country remains in a partial lockdown. Photograph: Michael Probst/AP

19) In Cologne, Germany, a carnival float with an effigy of an unnamed bishop is placed in front of Cologne Cathedral by activists of the Giordano Bruno Foundation. The group is protesting against sexual abuse by Catholic priests, at the beginning of a three-day virtual meeting of the German Bishops’ Conference. Photograph: Thilo Schmülgen/Reuters

20) In Farewell Spit, New Zealand, rescuers from the charity Project Jonah try to save dozens of pilot whales that beached on a stretch of a coast notorious for mass strandings. Photograph: Project Jonah/AFP/Getty Images

21) In Lismore, Australia, Triumph the koala explores with his new prosthetic foot. Carers at Friends of the Koala found a local dentist to make the foot for the five-year-old animal, which was born with the defect. Photograph: James D Morgan/Getty Images

22) A white peacock is pictured at the Animal Rescue Center Zoo de Castellar, in Castellar de la Frontera, southern Spain, Feb. 20, 2021. Photo: AFP

23) In Winchester, UK, Marwell zoo’s newest arrival, a Javan chevrotain, also known as a mouse deer. The deer is one of the smallest hoofed animals in the world and will grow to be the size of a rabbit. Photograph: Marwell Zoo/PA

24) Baarack the sheep is seen BEFORE his thick wool was shorn in Lancefield, Victoria, Australia February 5, 2021. Volunteers at Edgar’s Mission, a sanctuary for rescued farm animals in Lancefield, Australia, said they rescued the wayward sheep in a state forest. “Beneath that convoluted moving mass of matted fleece, adorned with countless sticks, twigs and insects … was not Australia’s answer to the yeti – but a sheep,” they wrote in a Facebook post. Another look. Photos: Edgar’s Mission Inc/Handout via REUTERS

25) The sanctuary workers said they sheared 78 pounds (35.4 kilos) of wool from the creature, estimating it was years worth of growth. Photo: Edgar’s Mission Inc/Handout via REUTERS

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