Key West's Streets Left Deserted After Coronavirus Shutdown

Key West's Streets Left Deserted After Coronavirus Shutdown

The month of March is usually the peak of the tourist season in the Florida Keys, however, the threat of the coronavirus has upended the area's economic engine. In Key West, Duval Street was eerily quiet, something usually not seen unless there is a hurricane warning. Photography by Michele Eve Sandberg.


The month of March is usually the peak of the tourist season in the Florida Keys, however, the threat of the coronavirus has upended the area's economic engine. In Key West, Duval Street was eerily quiet, something usually not seen unless there is a hurricane warning. Photography by Michele Eve Sandberg.
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