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Despite the coronavirus, operations at the St. George Airport have been about as normal as possible. (Photo: Photo: Lexi Peery/The Spectrum & Daily News)

For the past few weeks, health officials across the country have made it clear how important it is to stay at home to limit the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the United States.

From social distancing to community spread, Americans have been introduced to a whole new category of terminology designed to keep people away from others.

With fewer people out and about, transportation has become exceedingly unnecessary.

People still have places to go and things to do, of course, just not nearly as often.

What that means for those running the modes of transportation we have previously been using consistently remains to be seen.

Here is a look at how the coronavirus has affected the transportation industry in St. George.