7 thoughts on “Lockdown

  1. Excellent image Andre. It looks the same everywhere on Long Island also except for supermarkets and a few train stations where essential employees that travel into NYC use public transportation.

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    1. Thanks, Joe. Here, the businesses are waking up slowly. Most of the regulations are lowered, but now each district has to observe the local infections. As soon as more then 50 new infections occur in a district per day, that district must lock-down everything again. The districts are of different sizes in space but in similar size when it domes to count the inhabitants. Now, each one is assumed to act responsible and careful. I suspect this won’t work well 😦

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