One quick look as you arrive in Terminal A in Newark International Airport you can tell no one is traveling
As we arrived at Newark International Airport on April 2nd 2020, for early morning flight, there was literally no one there.
Going through to Terminal A, no cars were dropping off passengers. It was empty!
The coronavirus pandemic is seriously affecting air travel.
Makes you wonder how many employees at Newark Airport currently unemployed or laid off.
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, the American military and maritime history museum in New York City, is temporarily closed until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the State.
All on-site Museum programming and events through May 11 have also been canceled.
A note on their website reads:
The health and safety of our employees, volunteers and visitors is always our number one priority. The Museum is continually monitoring all of the relevant city, state and federal agencies, as well as the CDC and NYC Department of Health, and will continue to follow all mandates and guidelines.
Newark International Airport is empty, this is what terminal A looks like on a coronavirus pandemic Thursday
I just came back from the airport, Newark International Airport in Newark New Jersey and Terminal A looks like a desert. There is literally nobody there. Everybody is in quarantine because of covid-19.
On a regular day when all is well, Newark airport will be would be filled with cars dropping off passengers right about now.
A friend I met shared with me a snapshot of his test for the Coronavirus, COVID-19. He tested negative and he was so happy.
With the coronavirus so deadly these days, killing thousands and thousands of people around the world, you can understand why someone would be happy to test negative for such a virus.
My mother says she used to buy a 16 oz bottle of alcohol for $0.99 at the dollar store. With the coronavirus pandemic in full effect in New York, a smaller 12 oz bottle in the same store costs $2.49 to $2.99 depending which color you buy.
Funny, the green alcohol which is 70% alcohol costs less than the clear alcohol which is 50% alcohol.