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Beijing EMPTY during outbreak

The COVID-19 epidemic has kept nearly the entire population of Beijing indoors. What were once streets flooded with people are now sparse. Very few people, if any at all, are choosing to go outside during the outbreak. Nonetheless, the stores stay open and the trains continue to run.

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Andrew Braun

Andrew Braun is an American photographer, videographer, and writer based in Beijing. He has worked with teams from Nike, Intel, and Vogue, to Agence France Presse and USA Today. When not working, you can find him in Beijing’s hutongs walking his 14-year-old Cocker Spaniel, Barney.

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