In pictures: Coronavirus brings Wales to a standstill

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The streets, parks and railway stations of Wales are deserted as the effects of the lockdown to combat the spread of Covid-19 see shops close, businesses shut and people observing social distancing and isolating guidelines.

Cardiff's Queen St desertedImage source, Tim Parfitt
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The usually bustling Queen Street in Cardiff is empty of shoppers
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Economy Minister Ken Skates said the economic impact will be "at least" the same as the 2008 financial crash
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Tourists attraction such as Llandudno Pier are closed
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Traders have had to stop doing business inside Cardiff Market
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Police have been urging people only to make essential journeys
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A temporary hospital with about 250 beds for patients with Covid-19 symptoms is being set up at Bangor University.
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There are concerns over the economic impact of the outbreak for shops like these in Cardiff
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People are allowed to go outside once a day for exercise
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Masks have become a common sight on the streets of Wales
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Skewen Park near Neath would normally be full of children playing
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The morning commute in Cardiff as we have never seen before
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Social-distancing restrictions are in place within the businesses that remains open
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Many public buildings like Cardiff's central library have been closed

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