Photo Gallery: Local views of a city during a pandemic: April 18 – 24

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The Leader-Post’s photojournalists have been documenting the Regina area as it grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is a look at some of their work from April 18 to 24:

REGINA, SASK : April 18, 2020 -- Fatima Cascante Dar, left, and Yasmin Dar use sidewalk chalk to create a design on College Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan on April 18, 2020. BRANDON HARDER/ Regina Leader-Post
Fatima Cascante Dar, left, and Yasmin Dar use sidewalk chalk to create a design on College Avenue on April 18. BRANDON HARDER/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 20, 2020 -- A person wearing protective clothing exits the Loraas Disposal Services building on McLeod Street in Regina, Saskatchewan on April 20, 2020. A fire damaged the building on April 19 and The Regina Fire Department's investigative team was looking into the cause. BRANDON HARDER/ Regina Leader-Post
A person wearing protective clothing exits the Loraas Disposal Services building on McLeod Street in Regina, Saskatchewan on April 20. A fire damaged the building on April 19 and The Regina Fire Department’s investigative team was looking into the cause. BRANDON HARDER/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 20, 2020 -- A Nova Scotia flag flies at half mast in front of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building on April 20, 2020. The flag was put up following the shooting rampage that began in Nova Scotia on April 18, leaving a yet undetermined number of people dead. BRANDON HARDER/ Regina Leader-Post
A Nova Scotia flag flies at half mast in front of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building on April 20. The flag was put up following the shooting rampage that began in Nova Scotia on April 18, leaving 23 people dead, including the shooter. BRANDON HARDER/Regina Leader-Post
An uncommonly low fuel price is shown on a sign at a service station on Saskatchewan Drive on April 20. Brandon Harder/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 21, 2020 -- Kevin Lucier, president of ATU Local 588, stands next to a bus outside the City of Regina transit operations centre on Winnipeg Street in Regina, Saskatchewan on April 21, 2020. BRANDON HARDER/ Regina Leader-Post
Kevin Lucier, president of ATU Local 588, stands next to a bus outside the City of Regina transit operations centre on Winnipeg Street on April 21. Despite safety measures that have been put in place, city bus drivers still have concerns about their safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. BRANDON HARDER/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 21, 2020 -- Habib Habib, the president of HoopLife, runs an online class in the gymnasium at the Kings Corner Church of God in Regina, Saskatchewan on April 21, 2020. HoopLife is a basketball program that is running kids camps over the internet due to the COVID-19 pandemic. BRANDON HARDER/ Regina Leader-Post
Habib Habib, the president of HoopLife, runs an online class in the gymnasium at the Kings Corner Church of God on April 21. HoopLife is a basketball program that is running kids camps over the internet due to the COVID-19 pandemic. BRANDON HARDER/Regina Leader-Post
LUMSDEN, SASK : April 21, 2020 -- Alecia MacDougall, a Grade 12 student, in front of Lumsden High School on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. TROY FLEECE / Regina Leader-Post
Alecia MacDougall, a Grade 12 student, in front of Lumsden High School on April 21. The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the school year, and some students who will be heading to university are concerned they may not have the knowledge they need to succeed. TROY FLEECE/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 21, 2020 -- Douglas Park and Leibel Field are both empty as Regina sports groups wait for the lifting of restrictions due COVID-19 in Regina on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. TROY FLEECE / Regina Leader-Post
Douglas Park and Leibel Field are both empty on April 21 as Regina sports groups wait for the lifting of restrictions due COVID-19. TROY FLEECE/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 22, 2020 -- Premier Scott Moe, along with interrupter Karen Nurkowski, rehearse before their live t.v. address to the province of Saskatchewan from the premiers office in the Legislative Building in Regina on Wednesday, April 22, 2020. TROY FLEECE / Regina Leader-Post
Premier Scott Moe, along with interrupter Karen Nurkowski, rehearse before their live television address to the province of Saskatchewan from the premiers office in the Legislative Building on April 22. TROY FLEECE/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 23, 2020 -- Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe looks at the camera through a a partially open door prior to unveiling his government's plan to re-open the province's economy at a news conference held at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Regina, Saskatchewan on April 23, 2020. BRANDON HARDER/ Regina Leader-Post
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe looks at the camera through a a partially open door prior to unveiling his government’s plan to re-open the province’s economy at a news conference held at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building on April 23. BRANDON HARDER/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 23, 2020 -- Brittany Thomson, owner and stylist at Zazu Salon & Spa, inside her salon in Regina on Thursday, April 23, 2020. TROY FLEECE / Regina Leader-Post
Brittany Thomson, owner and stylist at Zazu Salon & Spa, inside her salon in Regina on April 23. Thomson is cautiously optimistic about being able to reopen her shop on May 19, according to the provincial government’s Re-Open Saskatchewan plan. TROY FLEECE/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 23, 2020 -- Rob Reinhardt, owner/operator of Prairie Smoke & Spice,and his wife and co-owner Jacy at their shop with their food truck in Regina on Thursday, April 23, 2020. TROY FLEECE / Regina Leader-Post
Rob Reinhardt, owner/operator of Prairie Smoke & Spice,and his wife and co-owner Jacy at their shop with their food truck in Regina on April 23. Many businesses are having to adapt in order to continue during the COVID-19 pandemic. TROY FLEECE/Regina Leader-Post
REGINA, SASK : April 23, 2020 -- Police, a coroner and other personnel were on scene during a death investigation on the 1000 block of Princess Street in Regina, Saskatchewan on April 23, 2020. BRANDON HARDER/ Regina Leader-Post
Police, a coroner and other personnel were on scene during a death investigation on the 1000 block of Princess Street on April 23. The death is now considered Regina’s sixth homicide of 2020. The victim was a 16-year-old boy, and there have been six people charged with first degree murder in relation to his death. BRANDON HARDER/Regina Leader-Post

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