14 pictures of quiet Jarrow streets during second week of coronavirus lockdown

Shoppers observed social distancing rules and the streets remain quiet during the second week of lockdown in Jarrow.

Thursday, 2nd April 2020, 4:11 pm
Updated Thursday, 2nd April 2020, 4:12 pm
Jarrow during the second week of lockdown measures.

Along with the rest of the country, Jarrow is well into the second week of lockdown measures put in place in a bid to slow the spread of Covid-19.

The streets remain quiet as residents only leave their homes to stock up on essential goods and visit pharmacies – or to undertake their one form of daily exercise.

Jarrow's Viking Shopping Centre is closed to the public.

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Shops have their shutters pulled down.
Only essential stores are allowed to remain open.
Quiet streets around the Town Hall.
Jarrow Focus is closed until further notice.
A shopper heads home through the subway.
Shoppers observe social distancing at Morrisons.
Shoppers wait to be allowed in to stock up on groceries at Morrisons.
The Jarrow pedestrian tunnel is deserted.
Parts of the shopping centre are cordoned off to stop people gathering.
Just a few shoppers queue up in the empty town centre.
Two shoppers head home with their bags of groceries.
The Scope charity shop is closed for the foreseeable future.
No one around Tyne Street.