The Week in Photos: April 17 to 23, 2020

Armed protestors join hundreds of people outside the City County Building as they rally for the opening of non-life sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania on Monday, April 20, 2020, in Downtown. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
Uniontown Hospital employees wave to attendees of a “Park and Pray” event to pray for healthcare workers, hosted by Love Fayette, a partnership of Christian churches that aims to support the community and provide worship opportunities in Fayette County, Thursday, April 23, 2020, in Uniontown. Attendees worshipped from their cars by listening to a prayer service broadcasted on the radio. (Alexandra Wimley/Post-Gazette)
Members of the 128th Brigade Support Battalion of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard work loading boxes of food into cars at a distribution for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, Monday, April 20, 2020, in Duquesne. The food bank has seen a sharp increase in need since statewide shutdowns of non-essential businesses in the COVID-19 pandemic. (Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
A masked pedestrian makes her way past a mural during the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday, April 23, 2020, at the intersection of Hays Street and South Avenue in Wilkinsburg. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
A UPMC Shadyside employee who declined to give his name walks to a bus stop near UPMC Shadyside’s overpass decorated with signage reading “Heroes work here” Tuesday, April 21, 2020, along Centre Avenue in Shadyside. UPMC officials said Tuesday that patients coming into its hospitals would be tested for COVID-19 along with the systemÕs medical staff, with the eventual goal of working with public health folks in broad public testing. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
A masked pedestrian walks past a take-out food sign Friday, April 24, 2020, at Eat’n Park in McKeesport. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
Ella Baur of South Union Township receives a tablet from medical assistant Laura Grubbs to talk to Dr. Richard Cook II during her wellness visit Friday, April 24, 2020, at Physicians at Preferred Primary Care Physicians in Uniontown. Realizing that a large majority of their patients are elderly, donÕt have smart phones or computers or are otherwise technology challenged, physicians in Uniontown have begun directing their patients to their new drive-in clinic. Patients can now drive up, and a healthcare work in protective clothing will hand them a sanitized tablet. Then the patient can use the clinicÕs Wi-Fi from the safety of their car and talk to their doctor on the tablet. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
A family walks by a massive White Oak tree in Richland Community Park on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, in Richland Township. The tree is the oldest know tree in Allegheny County and is estimated to be over 390 years old. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
Beltzhoover resident Armonni Coleman, 17, walks with his Pittsburgh Penguins, Detroit Red Wings, and Northwestern flags along Grandview Ave. Tuesday, April 21, 2020, on Mount Washington in Pittsburgh. “This is what I do every day. Represent. It’s how I start my day,” said Coleman. (Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
Hundreds of protestors outside the City County Building rally for the opening of non-life sustaining businesses on Monday, April 20, 2020, Downtown. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
A dog owner drives through a food pickup at the Allegheny County Airport on Friday, April 24, 2020, in West Mifflin. Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team and the airport distributed 80,000 pounds of dog food during the event. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
Will Loevner leads a herd of goats to the pasture, Tuesday, April 21, 2020, at the Goat Rodeo Farm & Dairy in Indiana Township. Loevner said roughly 80 goats live at the farm. The family-owned farm makes a specialty goat cheese and blended cheese from goat and cow milk. (Nate Guidry/Post-Gazette)
Charlese McKinney, network development director at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, leads volunteers during an emergency drive-up food distribution amid the COVID-19 pandemic Wednesday, April 22, 2020, at Pittsburgh International Airport. The food bank had enough boxes of food for 1,500 vehicles. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
Brandon Lloyd, left, and Bill McDowell of Nittany Landscape Contracting work around a frog statue wearing a tux and a facemask on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, in Beaver. The statue is in the front yard of Ed DeMailoÕs home on River Road.
(Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)