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In the slow lane: urban lives in the time of coronavirus


More than 130,000 dead and half of the planet under stay-at-home orders. As the world grapples with the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis, AFP visits landmarks around the globe — most of them under some form of lockdown — at 4pm local time. We ask people how they feel about these unusually quiet places and their lives in the time of a pandemic.

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