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In the rain fearing the peak of the pandemic in New York

In the rain fearing the peak of the pandemic in New York

This driver puts latex gloves on, his face covered with a mask when getting out of his car in the pouring rain in Astoria, in Queens, while New York City starts recording alarming Coronavirus tolls. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.

COVID-19. The already very virulent virus is going to hit New York but no one can yet say how it will spread even more. Only one thing is known with certainty, a peak is announced in the coming days which causes fright among the residents who expect the worst.

By Marie Le Blé ...
Created : Mar. 23, 2020, 7: 35 PM - Modified : Mar. 23, 2020, 9 : 14 PM
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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This passerby walks in the pouring rain, her face protected by a mask, a shopping bag in hand in Astoria while a peak is announced in New York. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
This masked face man shopped gloved hands at a fruit and vegetable store in the Greek district of Astoria in Queens. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
A worker delivers, neither mask nor gloves on, a pallet of supplies at a pharmacy in the rain while the pandemic starts to rage in New York. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
This woman, face protected by a mask and gloved hands, walks in the rain in Astoria while the pandemic is frightening New Yorkers. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
This resident walks holding an umbrella in the cold pouring rain, his face masked, in Astoria, the Greek district of New York. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
A bystander, holding a dog on a leash dressed in a raincoat, is wearing a mask that completely covers her face under her fur hood. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
This delivery man on a bike wears a small blue protective mask, his forearm covered with plastic sleeves in the cold rain of the Greek district of New York in Queens. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
A tissue and a protective mask have been left on a wet bench at 30th Av. Train station as cold rain hit New York struggling with the pandemic. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
This traveler gets on the train from a deserted 30th station in Queens during rush hour on this rainy day as the outbreak spreads all over New York. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.
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