If the city was characterized by anything, it was because it was alive 24 hours a day. But by the dictated mandatory quarantine, it now looks like a ghost town
Mandatory isolation began at 00 this Friday, and people should stay at home as long as possible to fight the coronavirus together.
But rarely, better said ever, we saw Buenos Aires so empty. On the contrary, if this city is characterized by something, it is for having multiple offers day and night.
Using the exception that has been conferred on me, I bring you the first images of Buenos Aires in quarantine. Tomorrow I’ll show you more of the outside world. pic.twitter.com/FXN5OsSz6t
– Victoria Ginzberg (@vickyginzberg) March 20, 2020
The obelisk, at 11:30 p.m. ☺️ pic.twitter.com/qQyUcp3ce4
– Leandro Balmaceda (@leobalmaceda) March 20, 2020
First day of Preventive and Mandatory Social Isolation: at the train station I am the only passenger, the train almost deserted, we are “essential” workers (teleco in my case). God save us.#God is in control#AlVirusLoFrenamosEntreTodos #InsulationObligatory pic.twitter.com/SAwl0Nr5Fc
– Amat Duban Zuluaga Q (@amatzulu) March 20, 2020
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