Acting on advice from Ohio's Department of Health director Amy Acton, Governor Mike DeWine declared a state of emergency on March 9. At this point, Ohio had only 3 confirmed cases and no deaths yet. Dr. Acton issued a stay-at-home order effective March 23. A lockdown is an order from a government authority to restrict movements of a population as a mass quarantine strategy for suppressing, or mitigating, an epidemic, or pandemic, by ordering residents to stay home except for essential tasks or to work in essential businesses. The resulting Image was made to show the absence of people in Dayton, Ohio’s normally remarkably busy downtown Oregon District. (I guess the Geese are wondering the same thing).