Popular places before and during the COVID-19: what happens when everyone stays home

APR 01, 2020 AT 02:24 PM

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Fifth Avenue, Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York

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So, what does one of the biggest urban sprawls on the globe look like when it’s a ghost town?

With the halt in action in New York City, we’re sure the residents are happy to get a couple weeks of calm, quietness to refresh themselves during this time of overt stress.

The Strip, Las Vegas, Nevada

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The University of Las Vegas reported over 47 million travelers passing through the international airport, alone in 2016, talk about hustle and bustle!

What about now? You can see it on the “after” picture that not a single soul is getting all the presents Sin City has to offer. Such a picture isn’t going to be taken for decades to come—we hope.