BOSTON, MA - OCTOBER 21: A view of the Boston city skyline behind the starting line of the 54th Head of the Charles Regatta on October 21, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts.(Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Boston, a city rich in history and filled with tourists, worker-bees and city dwellers alike. On any give day it’s not out of the ordinary to see busy sidewalks and the hustle and bustle of daily traffic jams. You not only see it, but you hear it too.

This week though? This week is different. The city has become quiet, eerie if you will. The Coronavirus has halted the tourists. It’s given the worker-bees every reason to work from home and it’s given the city dwellers the chance to bunker in their charming apartments. It’s demanded the children stay home from school and the foodies to cook within their four walls.

Although strange and somewhat spooky, the footage below, captures Boston’s beauty. We’re all in this together, Boston.

A city emptied by coronavirus - The Boston Globe

Governor Charlie Baker put forth major restrictions on gatherings in the state amid the coronavirus outbreak that went into effect Tuesday. With schools closed, bars and restaurants shut down, and many businesses instituting work-from-home policies, the familiar hustle of the workweek was replaced by an eerie calm across Boston.