EN IMAGES - Manille et ses habitants confinés
Depuis le dimanche 15 mars minuit, Manille et ses 12 millions d'habitants sont confinés. Plongez dans les rues de cette mégalopole à l'arrêt à travers les clichés de deux photographes sur Instagram.
Jilson Tiu - @jilson.tiu
A walk on empty roads. The government has now implemented a one person per household to go out and shop food supplies and necessities during the community lockdown against #covid19 Day 5 of the month long lockdown. Stay safe everyone, specially for those people who’s going out to shop, there are numerous cases of holdups and looting here in Chinatown today. #everydayphilippines #everydayeverywhere #rawurbanshots #streetclassics #philippines #🦠
Almost empty roads, curious windows and struggling street dwellers in Manila's third day of metrowide lockdown in fighting the spread of #covid19 virus. Today, the president declared a state of calamity throughout the entire country as now the Philippines has 187 confirmed cases of the virus. #everydayphilippines #everydayeverywhere #day3 #lockdown #pandemic #😷 #🦠 #canonph #eosrp #rf70200
Ezra Acayan - @ezra_acayan
Don't forget your passport... and raincoats, plastic covers, gloves, goggles, and facemasks when flying ;-) virus season fashion at the airport as authorities lift ban on international travel amidst lockdown. Pictures for @gettyimages #covid19 #lockdown #onassignment #reportagespotlight
Pasaway daw ang mahirap? Residents of Manila's poorer districts defend against the coronavirus by putting up makeshift barricades to halt movement in its tight alleyways and jampacked slums where social distancing is nearly impossible. The Philippine island of Luzon, which includes the sprawling capital Manila, has been on lockdown since Monday as cases of the deadly virus surged. The government has made a mammoth appeal to the island's 55 million residents to quarantine themselves at home, a difficult task for many of its poorer residents who need to leave their houses and work daily to survive. (Pictures shot for @gettyimages) #covid19 #lockdown #everydayphilippines #everydayeverywhere #onassignment #reportagespotlight