On March 16, the streets of the Lower East Side in Manhattan were eerily quiet. The usually-bustling downtown neighborhood, like much, if not all, of the U.S. has fallen victim to the novel coronavirus outbreak and the panic surrounding it.
People aren’t going to work, stores, restaurants, happy hour, or their nail appointments. You might catch a New Yorker or two popping into their neighborhood bodega to re-up on the essentials, but that seems to be it.
As COVID-19 spreads across the globe, every corner of daily life is being hit. Not least of all, as exemplified by the decimated stock market, businesses are now feeling the pain.
Americans began self-isolating in large part at the end of last week, and public spaces have noticeably emptied. Fortune gathered photos of desolate businesses, from national chains to mom and pop shops, across the country.
This is business’s new reality—for now, at least.
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