This Is What Los Angeles Looks Like While Social Distancing
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Angelenos have been ordered to stay home, and Los Angeles looks and sounds drastically different because of it. Roaring traffic is replaced by near empty roads, and at busy tourist destinations people’s chatter has been replaced by actual crickets.
I ventured out to document the surreal sense of silence across the region. This video is what it looks and feels like when most of L.A. shuts down.
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