Photo Gallery: Eerie silence on Greek streets #StayAtHome

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Silence. A word you wouldn’t normally attribute with the bustling streets of Athens. But with Greece under lockdown, streets in the capital have turned into a ghost town.

Below are a few supplied photos that represent the eerie, sad feeling, that is felt among Greek citizens and people across the globe. Remember, it is our job to #StayAtHome.

Walking Through A Ghost Town

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