Miami Streets Empty Out as People Practice Social Distancing

Miami Streets Empty Out as People Practice Social Distancing

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across the country, Miami residents began to practice social distancing seriously over the weekend. Most open public spaces in the city — including Wynwood, the Design District, downtown Miami, Brickell, and Lincoln Road — were almost entirely empty, except for small groups of wandering tourists and individuals exercising or walking their dogs. Photography by Karli Evans.


As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across the country, Miami residents began to practice social distancing seriously over the weekend. Most open public spaces in the city — including Wynwood, the Design District, downtown Miami, Brickell, and Lincoln Road — were almost entirely empty, except for small groups of wandering tourists and individuals exercising or walking their dogs. Photography by Karli Evans.
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