Signs of the time: As COVID-19 outbreak evolves, so do Vancouver’s signs (PHOTOS)

In cities like Vancouver, signs inform, warn and comfort public during pandemic

Signs warn us, prepare us, inform us and comfort us.  They can be the bluntest and most direct way of communicating with the public: Don’t go there. Do this. Keep moving. Stop moving. It’s going to be OK. Thank you.

In this unprecedented moment, signs are working overtime and popping up across the city to convey new information. Here are some of the more revealing signs Courier photographers and reporters have noticed across Vancouver over the past few weeks.

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