Life in Englewood amid COVID-19

Joseph Rios
Posted 4/6/20

There is a strange feeling in the air in Englewood. Streets that were once consistently packed with cars have seen traffic shrink. Residents are walking around with masks on. Playgrounds and other …

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Life in Englewood amid COVID-19

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There is a strange feeling in the air in Englewood. Streets that were once consistently packed with cars have seen traffic shrink. Residents are walking around with masks on. Playgrounds and other parks are either taped off or locked up.

The COVID-19 pandemic has left its mark on Englewood. The state of Colorado is under a stay-at-home order until at least April 11 as of press time, and that order was expected to be extended. These are glimpses of what the city looks like in the era of COVID-19

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