Kinana al-Bunni, 37, a female taxi driver, sits behind the wheel of her taxi in Damascus, Syria October 2, 2020. Both men and women cast Syrian taxi driver Kinana al-Bunni surprised glances when they get into the car she has been driving through Damascus streets since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. REUTERS/Yamam Al Shaar

Kinana al-Bunni, 37, a female taxi driver, carries a sandwich as she chats with her daughter at home in Damascus, Syria October 3, 2020. After graduating from a commercial institute, she realised that working indoors did not suit her and decided to work as a taxi driver instead. REUTERS/Yamam Al Shaar

Kinana al-Bunni, 37, a female taxi driver, applies makeup at home before heading to work in Damascus, Syria October 2, 2020. The 37-year-old single mother doesn't only want to provide an income for her two children, but also to change attitudes regarding female drivers. REUTERS/Yamam Al Shaar

Kinana al-Bunni, 37, a female taxi driver, chats with colleagues at the private taxi company where she works in Damascus, Syria October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Yamam Al Shaar

Kinana al-Bunni, 37, a female taxi driver, speaks on her mobile phone next to her cab in Damascus, Syria October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Yamam Al Shaar

Kinana al-Bunni, 37, a female taxi driver, takes a passenger in Damascus, Syria October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Yamam Al Shaar