UPDATED: PHOTOS: Scenes from around Garfield County as the community responds to COVID-19 | PostIndependent.com

UPDATED: PHOTOS: Scenes from around Garfield County as the community responds to COVID-19

The Glenwood Hot Springs Pool sits drained and empty after a full closure on Sunday in response to COVID-19.
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A closed sign posted on the door of the Glenwood Springs Branch Library.
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Downtown restaurants sit near empty on Monday afternoon along Seventh Street in Glenwood.
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Glenwood Springs City Market shelves sit bare in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Two people walk by empty toilet paper shelves at the Glenwood Meadows Target on Tuesday morning.
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The usually busy Cooper Avenue sits empty on Tuesday afternoon in downtown Glenwood.
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Colorado Ranch House owner Krissy Clary takes a payment for a to-go order outside of her restaurant in downtown Glenwood.
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Garfield Re-2 school bus driver Jacinto Iniguez smiles to a family as they pick up to-go lunches provided by the school district during the extended school closure across the county. The buses are parked at various parks in Rifle, Silt and New Castle from 8-8:30 a.m. through 11 a.m. – noon. Visit garfieldre2.net for more information.
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