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A conference official looking out from the sole entry to the Assembly Hall at the UN, which due to its large size is being used as the venue for the Human Rights Council meeting for the first time since pandemic lockdown forced it to suspend deliberations almost exactly three months earlier. Health security measures - so certain delegations couldn't complain and delay further the restart -  included tight control of room and working spaces - carefully socially-distanced two metre circles around each participant, separate entries and exits, circular clockwise movement in the room, as well as everyone being masked by order.