Living in Metro Atlanta

Images of Metro Atlanta During COVID-19

The novel coronavirus pandemic has impacted nearly everything about our lives—and many of those changes are plainly visible in the world around us: in our streets and in our parks, schools, and workplaces 

These photos capture some of the dramatic ways life shifted in metro Atlanta this spring during COVID-19. 

Five Points, nearly empty at midday 

Hartsfield-Jackson Airport atrium at mid-morning on a Friday during the COVID-19 pandemic

Pedestrian bridge at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport during COVID-19 

Staff at Piedmont Hospital enjoy a music therapy break

Credit: Piedmont Atlanta Hospital

A couple experiences solitude at Brookhaven’s Blackburn Park.

Centennial Olympic Park, May 2020 

Hapeville Elementary School

A classroom at Kennesaw Mountain High School stands empty on a weekday.

Rev. Dr. Tar-U-Way R.A. Bright preaches a service to a camera and a nearly empty sanctuary at Turner Chapel AME during  the COVID-19 pandemic.

A resident of a senior high-rise greets staff bringing food from the Center for Pan-Asian Community Services with a song.

Staff at the Center for Pan-Asian Community Services pack home-delivered meals for hundreds of older homebound residents.

A baseball field in Brookhaven’s Blackburn Park

A downtown restaurant stands empty.

Soccer at Blackburn Park

A message from the Fox Theatre