In an effort to combat the spread of Covdi-19, many countries “secluded the harbor”, closing public venues causing boulevards, schools, offices, restaurants, trade centers … deserted without a shadow.
This is photo of The Cathedral in Hanoi, Vietnam. It used to crowded, there are many young people gathered here everyday.
On March 7, US capital Washington confirmed a new case of a new strain of corona virus (SARS-CoV-2) that caused Covid-19’s first acute respiratory infection. In the days that followed, the number of people infected with Covid-19 increased. On March 13, US President Donald Trump decided to enact a state of emergency in this country. The Covid-19 plague disrupted the daily life of every American, from education, work, to play and entertainment.
Picture Lori Spencer visiting her mother – Mrs. Judie Shape (81 years old) suffering from Covid-19 at the Life Care Center in Kirkland – one of the places most affected by the disease in the United States.
The PBR Unleash The Beast Gwinnett Invitational bullfight at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, Georgia took place but there were no spectators in the stands on March 15.
The Covid-19 epidemic spread, many churches in the world closed, many parishioners could not attend Mass, priests in many countries celebrated Mass and livestream on social networks for the faithful to attend.
Many busy streets, which are tourist attractions, also become deserted.
Italy became the second largest “outbreak” of Covid-19 after China. As of the morning of March 18, the country had 2,503 deaths. On March 9, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced that the entire country would be placed under a blockade until the beginning of April. This is an unprecedented measure to prevent Covid-19 transmission in the country. On March 12, the Italian government stepped up its quarantine rules, closing all shopping centers except pharmacies, food stores, gas stations, tobacco shops and newsstands in an effort to force preventing the spread of Covid-19.
In order to limit the spread of Covid-19, people shopping at supermarkets in Milan, Italy kept a distance as recommended (2m).
Many doctors in Italy have been infected with Covid-19 from the “number one patient”, which has caused overcrowding and lack of manpower in hospitals in the country. In the photo, a nurse appears to be tired of facing the ongoing Covid-19 war.
When the outbreak was serious, many venues such as the Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele in Palermo, Italy were deserted like never before.
In the wake of the widespread Covid-19 epidemic in France, French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced that it would close shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
In the Netherlands, on March 15, the government of the country ordered the closure of all marijuana cafes and brothels from 6pm, in response to the concern that Covid-19 was spreading in Europe. Shortly thereafter, dozens of customers rushed to the cafes ahead of the deadline to buy marijuana, fearing the blockade could take weeks.
The order to close some venues made many entertainment and entertainment services restricted. In the photo, the band DeWolff performed at a venue without any audience and streamed to Facebook the group’s performance.
Covid-19 had a significant impact on the global economy when in the Netherlands, hundreds of flower boxes of preserved flowers at a central location for the flower auction in Aalsmeer, Netherlands were in danger of being canceled.
To date, many countries have undergone compulsory medical examinations with people returning from the epidemic area in an effort to stop the Covid-19 epidemic. In the photo, foreigners at Kuwaiti have just returned from Egypt, Syria and Lebanon to sit and wait for a medical examination.
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