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Drones capture the affect coronavirus has on the world

Drones have been present throughout the coronavirus outbreak in various helpful ways including, monitoring cities and con-tactless deliveries. Today drones are once again in the skies sharing footage of cities around the world in lock-down. Take a look at the videos below to see the once-bustling cities now almost deserted.

Drones capture the affect coronavirus has on the world

Drones around the world have taken to the skies to show the affect coronavirus is having on the cities, and more importantly, the traffic flow during rush hour.

The first video comes from journalist and filmmaker Erik Olsen sharing the morning rush hour traffic in Los Angeles on Monday morning. LA is known for its terrible traffic, but the lock-down seems to be doing wonders for the traffic situation.

The second video comes from DroneDJ showing the deserted Chicago streets and the world-famous Cloud Gate with zero tourists around it. The Third video also comes from DroneDJ showing the city of Zurich in lock-down with a few people and cars in the streets.

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By Josh Spires

Josh started out in the drone community in 2012 with a drone news Twitter account. Over the years Josh has gained mass exposure from his aerial photography work and spends his days writing drone content for DroneDJ websites as well as pursuing his business dronenr. Josh now has over 80 million views on his aerial photography.