Consequences of coronavirus, a "ghost zone" in California [PHOTOS]

Seeing that the coronavirus pandemic has spread around the world, the competent authorities have taken concrete action to prevent COVID from spreading even further among citizens, writes Business Insider.

So on March 20, California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered that the US state be blocked as a precautionary measure to prevent further spread, giving no information as to when this blockage would end.

According to the Los Angeles Times, California has 3,154 confirmed cases and 57 coronavirus deaths so far. Formerly booming spaces such as Venice, Santa Monica beaches and the famous Carlsbad greenery have already become "ghost areas".

The images posted below show the difference in these areas before and after the outbreak of the pandemic that raised the world-wide view of what the photo gallery is all about.

Santa Monica beach 

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