Under Lock Down: Life in Barcelona During a Global Pandemic

A different version of Barcelona since its lock down on March 14.

Life right now feels like it’s been pulled from a dystonian novel. Police officers monitoring eerily empty streets, citizens unable to leave their homes without ‘a good reason’, and an unfamiliar quietness have given Barcelona a different mood.

We are a week into Spain’s current 15-day state of emergency lock down to help stop the spread of coronavirus and…

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