Photos Show Empty Streets Around the World Due To COVID19

A woman walks across an empty Millennium Bridge during London’s rush hour. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said everyone in the UK should avoid “non-essential” travel and contact with others to curb coronavirus

A recent article in BBC news revealed photos to show how the world’s streets are emptied by Coronavirus scare.

The outbreak has led to the emptying of public spaces around the world, whether by government decree or by more personal responses.

A man looks at the Mediterranean on the Promenade des Anglais in the French Riviera city of Nice. A strict lockdown requiring most people in France to remain at home came into effect on Tuesday
A picture taken with a drone shows an empty beach closed to visitors, in Dubai. The United Arab Emirates has shut major tourism and cultural venues, including parks and beaches, until 30 March, in addition to suspending issuing all visas to foreigners
The deserted Piazza Duomo in Milan. Across Italy the government has put measures in place restricting people’s movements and ordering the closure of shops except food stores and pharmacies
The empty Safdarjung Tomb in Delhi, where the government has halted large gatherings
A practically empty Francisco de Miranda Avenue in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan security forces are visiting the main neighbourhoods of Caracas to encourage citizens to confine themselves to their homes, close businesses and maintain preventive measures
New York City is closing schools, restaurants, bars and other venues
In the town of Alcala de Henares, near Madrid, soldiers patrol an empty street. Across Spain, people are banned from leaving home except for buying essential supplies and medicines, or to go to work
In Vienna, two people sit in an empty square. The Austrian government is banning gatherings of more than five people
A few people walk along the Corniche in Sidon, after Lebanon declared a medical state of emergency
A couple take a tourist boat on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand, where visitor numbers have plunged

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Source: BBC


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