Coronavirus: Drone Footage of San Francisco's Empty Streets
Drone footage shows the empty streets of San Francisco since California declared a state of emergency on March 4 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
California alone has over 9,000 confirmed coronavirus cases and over 200 deaths.
On March 16, seven counties in California, including San Francisco, declared shelter-in-place orders through April 7.
The move orders 7.6 million residents to not leave their home unless it's for "essential business" like buying groceries.
(Video Courtesy: Space Race Studio)
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————————— ▶️ From St. Mark's Square to Rialto Bridge: drone images show an empty Venice, day and night, as Italy nears the end of the world's longest active national lockdown, brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. CORONAVIRUS
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