Coronavirus shuts down usually busy areas


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A sign outside Heringhaus Furniture in downtown Ottawa on Saturday morning helps explain the lack of cars or foot traffic on the village’s often-bustling Main Street.

A sign outside Heringhaus Furniture in downtown Ottawa on Saturday morning helps explain the lack of cars or foot traffic on the village’s often-bustling Main Street.


David Trinko | The Lima News

Downtown Wapakoneta looks like an unused movie set without its regular pace of cars and people walking on a Saturday.

Downtown Wapakoneta looks like an unused movie set without its regular pace of cars and people walking on a Saturday.


Amanda Wilson | The Lima News

Not a car can be seen during daylight hours at the Lima Mall on Elida Road. The mall has been shut down from shoppers during the coronavirus pandemic.


Amanda Wilson | The Lima News

The streets of downtown Bluffton were devoid of any traffic on a recent Saturday morning.


Ron Lora, Bluffton | Submitted photo

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The stay-at-home orders issued for the month of April in Ohio left many usually-busy places looked deserted, as you can see from these photographs from throughout the Lima area.

A sign outside Heringhaus Furniture in downtown Ottawa on Saturday morning helps explain the lack of cars or foot traffic on the village’s often-bustling Main Street.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/04/web1_DowntownOttawa.jpgA sign outside Heringhaus Furniture in downtown Ottawa on Saturday morning helps explain the lack of cars or foot traffic on the village’s often-bustling Main Street. David Trinko | The Lima News
Downtown Wapakoneta looks like an unused movie set without its regular pace of cars and people walking on a Saturday.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/04/web1_DowntownWapak-Wilson.jpegDowntown Wapakoneta looks like an unused movie set without its regular pace of cars and people walking on a Saturday. Amanda Wilson | The Lima News
Not a car can be seen during daylight hours at the Lima Mall on Elida Road. The mall has been shut down from shoppers during the coronavirus pandemic.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/04/web1_LimaMall2-Wilson.jpegNot a car can be seen during daylight hours at the Lima Mall on Elida Road. The mall has been shut down from shoppers during the coronavirus pandemic. Amanda Wilson | The Lima News
The streets of downtown Bluffton were devoid of any traffic on a recent Saturday morning.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/04/web1_Bluffton-RonLora.jpgThe streets of downtown Bluffton were devoid of any traffic on a recent Saturday morning. Ron Lora, Bluffton | Submitted photo

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