संसारका महत्वपुर्ण र ब्यस्थ केहिठाउँहरु, जहाँ स्थानिय र पर्यटकहरुको अत्यन्तै घुइंचो लाग्छ, कोरोनाभाइरस माहामारीको कारण कसरि रित्तिएका छन् । हेर्नोस केहि तस्बिरहरु ।

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न्युयोर्कको टाईम स्क्वायर जहाँ हजारौ मानिसहरुको भिड लाग्छ ।
The Charles Bridge in Prague, which is usually bustling with vendors and tourists, is seen almost completely deserted on March 20. In Prague, most activities have slowed down or came to a halt due to the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The Oculus, New York City
The Oculus transportation hub and shopping mall on March 18. Many subway lines and the PATH train—which connects downtown Manhattan to New Jersey—are serviced out of this hub. Additionally, numerous shops and eateries have real estate within its walls.GETTY/PHOTO BY ANGELA WEISS / AFP
The Piazza del Duomo, Milan
The Piazza del Duomo on February 28, is shown here almost completely empty. Italy was the first country outside of China to be severely hit by the virus and now has more than 31,500 confirmed cases.GETTY/PHOTO BY MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP
Mecca’s Grand Mosque, Mecca
The empty white-tiled area surrounding the Kaaba in Mecca’s Grand Mosque, on March 6. The sacred Kaaba in Mecca’s Grand Mosque, Islam’s holiest site, where attendance at Friday prayers was hit by measures to protect against the deadly new coronavirus.GETTY/PHOTO BY BANDAR ALDANDANI / AFP
The Brooklyn Bridge, New York City
The Brooklyn Bridge, which is usually packed with cars and pedestrians, was a different scene on March 17.GETTY/PHOTO BY ANGELA WEISS / AFP
The Trevi Fountain, Rome
The Trevi fountain on March 14, a tourist destination that is normally packed with visitors, is seen empty during the coronavirus emergency. The Italian government has taken the unprecedented measure of a nationwide lockdown by closing all businesses except essential services such as, pharmacies, grocery stores, hardware stores and tobacconists and banks.GETTY/PHOTO BY ANTONIO MASIELLO
The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
The Brandenburg Gate, a popular landmark and tourist destination in Berlin, stands nearly devoid of visitors on March 16. Businesses depending on tourism are seeing a collapse in reservations and attendance. Public venues such as bars, clubs, museums, cinemas, schools, daycare centers and universities have closed.GETTY/PHOTO BY SEAN GALLUP
Buckingham Palace, London
A police van cruises in the empty area in front of Buckingham Palace on March 18. Queen Elizabeth II is set to move to Windsor Palace in an attempt to avoid the COVID-19 pandemic on March 19—a week earlier than previously scheduled.GETTY/PHOTO BY LEON NEAL
Lombard Street, San Francisco
The iconic twisty curves of Lombard Street are seen totally empty from above on March 17. San Francisco, along with seven other counties in the Bay Area, have been ordered to shelter in place as the city attempts to contain COVID-19.GETTY/PHOTO BY JOSH EDELSON / AFP
Bondi Beach, Sydney
A view of a closed Bondi Beach is seen on March 22, in Sydney, Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday introduced further measures to help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), implementing new rules limiting the number of people inside a venue to one every 4 square metres. A travel ban on all visitors who are not Australian citizens or residents or their direct relations arriving into the country is now in place.

साभार: Newsweek

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