Transport hubs around the world are starting to look like something out of a post-apocalyptic movie. Devoid of their usual travelers, the once bustling centers have an unusual and eerie appearance.
Italy and France, two of the world's most popular tourist destinations, are under strict lockdowns in which people are only allowed to leave their homes when it is absolutely necessary. Anyone who wants to travel there has to get permission from authorities.
China is home to two of the most populated cities in the world, Shanghai and Beijing. The airports in both cities are almost completely vacant, and many highways can be seen without a single car, though as lockdowns begin to ease, they'll slowly come back.
Take a look at these photos that capture metropolitan abandonment in the wake of coronavirus.