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San Francisco airport nearly empty as airlines reduce flights due to COVID-19 pandemic

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San Francisco, Apr 6 (EFE).-Airlines have been forced to reduced routes and cancel flights as the number of people flying has significantly dropped over the last month due to stay-at-home restrictions following the COVID-19 pandemic (Camera: JOHN MABANGLO).FOOTAGE SHOWS B-ROLLS OF THE DEPARTURE HALL AND THE OUTSIDE OF THE NEAR-EMPTY SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN SAN FRANCISCO, US.

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