My last day of going to work and eating lunch in Bryant Park | 3.10.20 

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Soccer players in a rec league played their last game at Brooklyn Bridge Park before COVID-19 cancelled all sporting events and social gatherings. | 3.10.20

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A delivery driver in Brooklyn worked normally the day after De Blasio declared a state of emergency in NYC. | 3.13.20

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The neighborhood crossing guard conversed with an elderly gentleman who had just stopped at the bodega. Everything was business as usual. | 3.13.20

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Two young Brooklyn residents chatted in close proximity before the age of social distancing and self isolation. | 3.13.20

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North Brooklyn residents sat in various small groups around McCarren Park on a beautiful spring day. Later that evening, articles cautioning people to cancel brunch plans and remain indoors were published. | 3.14.20

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In Greenpoint, individuals practiced social distancing in McGolrick Park, sitting far away from one another to this dog's dismay. | 3.14.20

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Union Pool adhered to Cuomo's mandate, which stated bars, restaurants, and movie theaters had to operate at half capacity. That evening, Cuomo shut down bars, movie theaters, and concert venues completely while restricting restaurants to takeout or delivery. | 3.15.20

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On the LES, Delancey and Bowery remained practically empty as most people stayed indoors, finally realizing the importance of social distancing in reducing the speed of the spread. | 3.15.20

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Near the Williamsburg Bridge, this graffiti was painted. It's unclear when it was done, but its relevance was uncanny. | 3.15.20

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For the first time in days, my neighborhood grocery store wasn't crowded. Shelves were empty, and boxes were strewn across the floor. I asked the cashier how she was doing? She responded with silence. | 3.17.20

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