Let’s hope not. But the lives of everybody in the state of California and across the globe have changed.
So has the landscape. Crowded freeways, busy shopping centers and packed restaurants have been replaced by empty streets, boarded-up stores and more dogs going on walks than ever before.
Following are some of the unusual scenes across the Southland in the age of the coronavirus outbreak.
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These photos show what’s open and what’s closed along the Southern California coast.
Masks, gloves and protective clothing all help protect photographers out on the streets.
With the number of coronavirus patients around the world growing at a rapid clip, construction of hospitals and hospital beds has also ramped up around the world.
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