PHOTOS: A look at Revelstoke during the pandemic

The Roxy Theatre is closed until further notice. (Noeline Mostert)The Roxy Theatre is closed until further notice. (Noeline Mostert)
Businesses are posting messages of hope in their windows, including Frisby Ridge Teriyaki & Sushi Restaraunt. (Noeline Mostert)Businesses are posting messages of hope in their windows, including Frisby Ridge Teriyaki & Sushi Restaraunt. (Noeline Mostert)
The city has closed all parks and playgrounds. (Noeline Mostert)The city has closed all parks and playgrounds. (Noeline Mostert)
Families are getting creative in how to keep their kids busy. (Noeline Mostert)Families are getting creative in how to keep their kids busy. (Noeline Mostert)
Before the snow melted people were enjoying the river flats on their cross country skis. (Noeline Mostert)Before the snow melted people were enjoying the river flats on their cross country skis. (Noeline Mostert)
There are lots of people out and about on bicycles. (Noeline Mostert)There are lots of people out and about on bicycles. (Noeline Mostert)
The quiet streets of Revelstoke during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Noeline Mostert)The quiet streets of Revelstoke during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Noeline Mostert)
Everyone is wearing gloves. (Noeline Mostert)Everyone is wearing gloves. (Noeline Mostert)
People are socializing, from a distance. (Noeline Mostert)People are socializing, from a distance. (Noeline Mostert)
Normally busy streets, day or night, are dead quiet. (Noeline Mostert)Normally busy streets, day or night, are dead quiet. (Noeline Mostert)
With kids home from school, gym class gets more creative. (Noeline Mostert)With kids home from school, gym class gets more creative. (Noeline Mostert)
Signs of hope can be see everywhere. (Noeline Mostert)Signs of hope can be see everywhere. (Noeline Mostert)
The staff at Southside Market have fluorescent t-shirts. (Noeline Mostert)The staff at Southside Market have fluorescent t-shirts. (Noeline Mostert)
There are hearts in many windows around town. (Noeline Mostert)There are hearts in many windows around town. (Noeline Mostert)
Each business is trying to maintain social distancing in a different way. At Canada Post they ask you to set down your mail or parcel and step back. (Noeline Mostert)Each business is trying to maintain social distancing in a different way. At Canada Post they ask you to set down your mail or parcel and step back. (Noeline Mostert)
We all feel like dogs, looking longingly out the window at our friends. (Noeline Mostert)We all feel like dogs, looking longingly out the window at our friends. (Noeline Mostert)

Photos from local photography enthusiast Noeline Mostert, recording these unprecedented events.

From decorations in windows to signs asking for hand sanitizing and social distancing, Revelstoke looks different since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic on March 15.

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