Restaurants, shops, bars, schools and offices in many communities are closed.
But airports? For now, they’re open.
Although activities in and around the terminals are different, with far fewer passengers and flights than normal.
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) has opened its garages to free parking. And posting a list of which dining, shopping and service locations are open.
At San Francisco International Airport (SFO), all restaurants are open for now, but many with reduced hours. Bars are closed. And, as with restaurants in many cities, service is take-out only.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is sharing a list of which restaurants remain open for grab-n-go food options.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) have closed the North and South terminal checkpoints.
Here are recent messages from other airports.
As with everything else in the world right now, situations are changing. So if you’re headed to an airport, check ahead.
And, on Wednesday morning, not long after an earthquake was reported near Salt Lake City, the airport tweeted this: