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Scott Tweedie shares a creepy video of Manhattan leaving at 11 a.m. during a corona virus pandemic

“There is no one around”: E! News presenter Scott Tweedie shares terrifying images of the streets of Manhattan completely deserted at 11am amid coronavirus pandemic

Located in Manhattan, New York, Scott Tweedie has creepy video footage of the normally bustling metropolis completely empty amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Australian TV presenter, who works in America, posted a number of Instagram stories on Saturday, revealing that by 11am the city was largely free from any movement.

The 32-year-old explained that he had stopped shopping for groceries for a few days and supporting local businesses by buying hot coffee.

Spooky: Scott Tweedie (pictured) is in Manhattan, New York and on Saturday he shared creepy video posted to Instagram Stories of the normally bustling metropolis that's completely empty amid the coronavirus pandemic

Spooky: Scott Tweedie (photo) is in Manhattan, New York and on Saturday he shared creepy video footage, posted on Instagram Stories, of the normally bustling metropolis that’s completely empty amid the coronavirus pandemic

He said in the clip, “It’s still super quiet here in Manhattan. I think a lot of people have gone to their summer home, to their families, or just stay at home and keep themselves off the street for self-isolation.

“It’s eleven in the morning and no one is around,” says Scott, who has been self-insulated and worked from his Manhattan apartment.

Panning around the street, it was clear that Scott was one of the few people who dared to go outside.

Empty: Australian TV presenter, who works in America, posted a number of Instagram stories on Saturday, in which Manhattan saw no movement at 11 a.m.

Empty: Australian TV presenter, who works in America, posted a number of Instagram stories on Saturday, in which Manhattan saw no movement at 11 a.m.

Empty: Australian TV presenter, who works in America, posted a number of Instagram stories on Saturday, in which Manhattan saw no movement at 11 a.m.

He said in the clip, “It’s still super quiet here in Manhattan. I think a lot of people have gone to their summer home, to their families, or just stay at home and keep themselves off the street for self-isolation. It’s 11am and no one is around ‘

Getting started: The 32-year-old explained that he had stopped to get groceries for a few days and to support local businesses by buying some hot coffee

Getting started: The 32-year-old explained that he had stopped to get groceries for a few days and to support local businesses by buying some hot coffee

Getting started: The 32-year-old explained that he had stopped to get groceries for a few days and to support local businesses by buying some hot coffee

Although some cars could pass by, the streets were strangely quiet and not much seemed to be open.

The E! The news host further said that everyone “did well” and that his friends and colleagues “remained safe.”

Scott moved to New York last year to E! News and Pop of the Morning with Lilliana Vazquez.

Beware: Scott isolated himself at home in his Manhattan apartment

Beware: Scott isolated himself at home in his Manhattan apartment

Beware: Scott isolated himself at home in his Manhattan apartment

New York is the U.S. state that has been most severely affected by the coronavirus epidemic, shutting down much of the city.

New York State now has at least 53,399 confirmed cases, nearly half of the national total of more than 123,000.

In New York City alone, there have been 30,765 confirmed cases and at least 672 deaths.

Update: As of Sunday evening, March 29, the total number of people with the virus in Australia is 3,980, including 16 deaths.

Hard at work: the Australian TV star moved to New York last year to host E! News and Pop of the Morning with Lilliana Vazquez

Hard at work: the Australian TV star moved to New York last year to host E! News and Pop of the Morning with Lilliana Vazquez

Hard at work: the Australian TV star moved to New York last year to host E! News and Pop of the Morning with Lilliana Vazquez

Update: As of Sunday evening, March 29, the total number of people with the virus in Australia is 3,980, including 16 deaths

Update: As of Sunday evening, March 29, the total number of people with the virus in Australia is 3,980, including 16 deaths

Update: As of Sunday evening, March 29, the total number of people with the virus in Australia is 3,980, including 16 deaths

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