Where the streets have no…people!

No-rush hour in the Polish capital. Kalbar/TFN

Research from Market Side shows that around 75 percent of the population have decided to stay at home, with every fifth employee working remotely. TFN snapper Kalbar went onto the streets of Warsaw to see how it looks.

Monday’s rush hour was a far cry from the norm, which usually streets packed with cars and pedestrians.Kalbar/TFN

Fast-food restaurants are now no-people restaurants.Kalbar/TFN

With roads almost empty, getting from A to B will be a lot quicker and easier.Kalbar/TFN

Silence falls across the capital.Kalbar/TFN

Normally rammed with tourists, Plac Zamkowy is more like a ghost town.Paweł Supernak/PAP

Both internal and International flights have been cancelled in order to keep the virus contained.Marcin Obara/PAP

Those who do venture out have a good sense of ‘social distancing.’Kalbar/TFN

Even tourists are staying away.Paweł Supernak/PAP