Here’s what life looks like in North Carolina’s largest city in the midst of a pandemic.
Charlotte is home to more than 800,000 people—and somehow all of them have had to figure out how to cope with the coronavirus outbreak. Although health officials in Mecklenburg County say they have no plans at the moment to restrict residents from leaving their homes, there are currently 43 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the area.
This week, we asked local photographer Grant Baldwin to document what life looks like in North Carolina’s largest city to get a sense of how folks there are handling the pandemic. Here’s what he found.