High-end stores across the country have been boarding up their stores in anticipation of civil unrest due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In Beverly Hills, the Pottery Barn and West Elm stores near Rodeo Drive were spotted with boards across the windows according to TMZ.
Meanwhile, stores in New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Paris, Vancouver and elsewhere were similarly boarded up.
— Zingales (@zingales) March 29, 2020
Pausing Luxury | NY SoHo boutiques boarded up as #COVID19 cases surge
— RT (@RT_com) March 29, 2020
SF boarded up ?? pic.twitter.com/skOLQyUuTB
— David Politi (@davidrpoliti) March 30, 2020
San Francisco looks like a town expecting a Hurricane, with storefronts boarded up, and people lining up at stores, while others wander around without any apparent destination or plan, as if propelled by Brownian motion.
Everyone is waiting for Hurricane Covid-19 to crest. pic.twitter.com/XseFzhSuts
— ? Save Our #SOMA ? (@EsmeAlaki) March 30, 2020
Sad sight of a restaurant being boarded up in Canterbury. pic.twitter.com/oj05FbCWc9
— Simon Jones (@SimonJonesNews) March 30, 2020
— ??SUBWAH (@QZomar) March 29, 2020
— Joyce Smith (@JoyceKC) March 30, 2020
Republished from ZeroHedge.com with permission