Coronavirus: How the world’s streets are emptying

The outbreak of the coronavirus has led to the emptying of public areas world wide, whether or not by authorities decree or by extra private responses.

A woman walks across an empty Millennium Bridge during rush hourImage copyright HANNAH MCKAY / Reuters
Image caption A girl walks throughout an empty Millennium Bridge throughout London’s rush hour. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated everybody within the UK ought to keep away from “non-essential” journey and speak to with others to curb coronavirus
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A man looks at the Mediterranean seaImage copyright VALERY HACHE / Getty
Image caption A person seems on the Mediterranean on the Promenade des Anglais within the French Riviera metropolis of Nice. A strict lockdown requiring most individuals in France to stay at residence got here into impact on Tuesday
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A picture taken with a drone shows an empty beach closed to visitors, in Dubai, United Arab EmiratesImage copyright MAHMOUD KHALED / EPA
Image caption An image taken with a drone exhibits an empty seashore closed to guests, in Dubai. The United Arab Emirates has shut main tourism and cultural venues, together with parks and seashores, till 30 March, along with suspending issuing all visas to foreigners
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The deserted Piazza Duomo in Milan, ItalyImage copyright DANIEL DAL ZENNARO / EPA
Image caption The abandoned Piazza Duomo in Milan. Across Italy the federal government has put measures in place limiting individuals’s actions and ordering the closure of outlets besides meals shops and pharmacies
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Empty Safdarjung Tomb monument in New Delhi, IndiaImage copyright ADNAN ABIDI / Reuters
Image caption The empty Safdarjung Tomb in Delhi, the place authorities has halted giant gatherings
A practically empty Francisco de Miranda Avenue in Caracas, Venezuela.Image copyright Miguel Gutierrez / EPA
Image caption A virtually empty Francisco de Miranda Avenue in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan safety forces are visiting the primary neighbourhoods of Caracas to encourage residents to restrict themselves to their houses, shut companies and keep preventive measures
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Empty street is seen in ManhattanImage copyright JEENAH MOON / REUTERS
Image caption New York City is closing colleges, eating places, bars and different venues
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Spanish soldiers, members of Army Emergency Unit,Image copyright FERNANDO VILLAR / EPA
Image caption In the city of Alcala de Henares, close to Madrid, troopers patrol an empty avenue. Across Spain, persons are banned from leaving residence besides for purchasing important provides and medicines, or to go to work
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People sitting at an empty square in the centre of ViennaImage copyright HELMUT FOHRINGER / AFP
Image caption In Vienna, two individuals sit in an empty sq.. The Austrian authorities is banning gatherings of greater than 5 individuals
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People walk along the empty Corniche in Sidon, LebanonImage copyright ALI HASHISHO / REUTERS
Image caption Just a few individuals stroll alongside the Corniche in Sidon, after Lebanon declared a medical state of emergency
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A lone couple take a tourist boat on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. 16 MarchImage copyright LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA / AFP
Image caption A pair take a vacationer boat on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand, the place customer numbers have plunged
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