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Downtown San Diego, yesterday Thursday, shortly before noon: A driver lets his engine roar, races through the central promenade of California’s second largest city. He doesn’t care that the next traffic light turns red. A few moments later, he’s out of sight. The ghostly silence returns. Here in the time-honored Gaslamp Quarter, where thousands of people usually have fun in a restaurant or bar around lunchtime, has been swept empty for seven days.

On Thursday a week ago, California governor Gavin Newsom (52) issued a curfew. Means: All non-existential businesses had to close – delivery service and take out would still be possible. But very few restaurants offer that. Public life in California has been suspended since that Thursday. Also in the metropolises of Los Angeles and San Francisco.


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