What happens when one of those seasonal viruses comes that usually wouldn't even get reported as something unique, but the US has visibly fallen so far everyone is now racing to train their herds to Asian norms concerning seasonal respiratory viruses? What does it look like when your city is already has the right aesthetic for a Fallout film adaptation?
Centro, side street not far from 18 de Julio
Coming to 18 de Julio and the Intendencia. Not much of a crowd for City Hall.
More 18 de Julio. This level of foot traffic would be normal on a Sunday for deep seated cultural reasons, but these are pictures from a Monday.
The local Aut/Artists are some of the loudest voices in favor of shutting down and staying inside forever. But they don't want the normal food baskets. They want their own special ones.
Can't contain the lines inside the theme park style lobby corrals anymore.
Park. I suspect most there at this time are sleeping there later.
Near the Facultad de Derecho. Still 18 de Julio...
This Ministry looks rather quiet.
And it's the Ministry of... Public Health. Alright, from Centro to Cordon... Let's just skip to Trouville and the Rambla.
Can you spot the Nag-a-copter? It's actually harder to spot IRL. Or hear.
This open air cafe/bar had actually been open up until the people putting the fence up decided it fell into the "beach" category instead of the "Rambla" category.
No mandatory quarantines, no invasive surveillance state. Just an incredibly compliant population.