Live in the Time of Coronavirus: Pt 14, Are These Still the Signs of the Time?

I took many of these pictures in April–thinking that I had plenty of time to write this post as a Sign of the Times.  However, with so many states beginning to ease stay at home restrictions (even my state of Virginia will begin to open up on  Friday unless the governor postpones it for the fourth time), some of these will pass from the present to the past.

Hopefully, these types of signs will not disappear too quickly and we will remember our healthcare workers, other first responders, and essential workers.

Then there are the commercial signs reminding us to stay home or maintain proper social distancing.

Corona Virus--Sign--Paramount
Paramount Theater on the Downtown Pedestrian Mall
Corona Virus--Sign--Stay Home
Roadside sign near Afton, Virginia on US 250

 

Corona Virus--Sign--Beta Bridge (more)
Beta Bridge near UVA–what is painted on the bridge changes periodically as different students have something new to paint about

There were a lot of business signs in the early days of the Coronavirus. Some of them have already become outdated, even before Virginia begins phase 1 of re-opening on Friday, May 15.

corona Virus--Signs--Car wash
For whatever reason, the Car Wash has resumed accepting cash.
Corona Virus--Signs--Foods of All Nations goes to Curbside pick-up
Foods of All Nations returned to allowing customers to enter within  2 weeks.

 

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