Week In Photos 12/14-12/18

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  • A Carlsbad nurse prepares to fly to Texas. In the era of COVID-19, many who choose to fly out of state take extra safety precautions.

    Photo courtesy of Jill W.

  • In order to stay open, many gyms in Carlsbad have resorted to outdoor exercise areas. With San Diego County’s rising COVID-19 cases, many non-essential businesses have been forced to close.

    Photo by Nick Cepek

  • In California, public transportation has required the use of masks when on board. In neighboring states lawsuits have been filed over mask requirements on public transportation.

    Photo by Nick Cepek

  • Local Aviara Oaks 3rd grader is hard at work so he can finish his last couple of assignments, in preparation to enjoy his winter break. After the last board meeting, Distance Learning 2.0 will be continuing through Jan. 25 at this point.

    Photo by JJ Martin

  • Local Junior purchases and constructs his families Christmas lawn ornaments with the apparent reason being due to, “extreme levels of boredom”. During winter break many are deciding to stay at home and limit contact with extended family to prevent more COVID-19 infections.

    Photo by JJ Martin

  • With Christmas right around the corner, many teens have decided to decorate their rooms to make a festive environment. For many, this time of year is especially hard due to the new COVID-19 stay at home order.

    Photo by JJ Martin

  • The aroma of the burning candle lingered through the noses of those in the house. During the holiday season, many decide to light candles to spread a festive smell.

    Photo by JJ Martin

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JJ Martin, Nick Cepek, and Johanne Lenler

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  • A Carlsbad nurse prepares to fly to Texas. In the era of COVID-19, many who choose to fly out of state take extra safety precautions.

    Photo courtesy of Jill W.

  • Local Aviara Oaks 3rd grader is hard at work so he can finish his last couple of assignments, in preparation to enjoy his winter break. After the last board meeting, Distance Learning 2.0 will be continuing through Jan. 25 at this point.

    Photo by JJ Martin

  • In order to stay open, many gyms in Carlsbad have resorted to outdoor exercise areas. With San Diego County’s rising COVID-19 cases, many non-essential businesses have been forced to close.

    Photo by Nick Cepek

  • Local Junior purchases and constructs his families Christmas lawn ornaments with the apparent reason being due to, “extreme levels of boredom”. During winter break many are deciding to stay at home and limit contact with extended family to prevent more COVID-19 infections.

    Photo by JJ Martin

  • The aroma of the burning candle lingered through the noses of those in the house. During the holiday season, many decide to light candles to spread a festive smell.

    Photo by JJ Martin

  • With Christmas right around the corner, many teens have decided to decorate their rooms to make a festive environment. For many, this time of year is especially hard due to the new COVID-19 stay at home order.

    Photo by JJ Martin

  • In California, public transportation has required the use of masks when on board. In neighboring states lawsuits have been filed over mask requirements on public transportation.

    Photo by Nick Cepek

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