Photos: How coronavirus has changed life in San Diego

In the past week, the coronavirus has dramatically changed life in the San Diego region. From city council meetings to closed schoolyards, photojournalist Zoë Meyers has been capturing news and events that show how our community has been transformed.

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Ryu Tomita skates in the empty San Diego Unified School District parking lot, March 19, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

Post-it Notes mark where people can sit at a San Diego City Council meeting on March 17, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

The San Diego City Council holds a special meeting to ratify Mayor Kevin Faulconer's state of emergency declaration in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, March 17, 2020. Shown from left in the council chambers are Councilman Chris Ward, Councilman Scott Sherman and Council President Georgette Gómez. The other council members phoned in to the meeting. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

During an afternoon downpour, people take shelter outside of the San Diego Central Library, March 18, 2020. Some homeless shelters in San Diego temporarily suspended new intakes over COVID-19 concerns. The suspension has been lifted. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

A homeless person holds a flyer that was handed out to people taking shelter outside of the San Diego Central Library, March 18, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

Marcel Williams stands outside of the San Diego Central Library, where he and dozens of others took shelter from the rain, March 18, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

On a rainy afternoon, people take shelter outside of the San Diego Central Library, March 18, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

The shelves in an aisle for home care items, including toilet paper, are empty at a Vons market in San Diego, March 19, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

A chain is locked in front of the entrance to Padres Pub in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, March 17, 2020. Bars and restaurants across the city are closed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

The Alice Birney kindergarten gate remains locked as schools are closed during the COVID-19 outbreak, March 19, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

The schoolyard at Alice Birney Elementary School is empty on Thursday afternoon, March 19, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

At a San Diego County news conference, spots are marked to show where officials should stand to remain at a safe distance apart, March 19, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher speaks at a COVID-19 news conference on March 19, 2020. To his right is Board of Supervisors Chairman Greg Cox. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)

A sign outside the Balboa Theatre in downtown San Diego says, "The curtain will rise again," March 17, 2020. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)
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About Zoë Meyers:

Zoë Meyers
Zoë Meyers is a photo and video journalist at inewsource. To contact her with tips, suggestions or corrections, please email zoemeyers [at] inewsource [dot] org.