Quiet Morning Rush In Boston Following Baker's Stay-At-Home Advisory

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Morning rush in Boston is typically a nerve-wracking experience, but because of Gov. Charlie Baker's stay-at-home advisory to curb the spread of COVID-19, Wednesday was a different story.

WBZ traffic reporter Kristen Eck captured an overhead photo of Boston's city streets at daybreak Wednesday morning, showing a noticeably fewer amount of vehicles on the road.

The stay-at-home advisory in Massachusetts went into effect Tuesday at noon and will remain in effect until April 7. All nonessential businesses were also ordered to close until April 7.

A list of essential industries and workplaces that will continue to operate normally can be found here.

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