See: Portions of Central Florida empty on first full day of stay-at-home orders

Portions of Central Florida deserted on first full day of stay-at-home orders

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Malls. Shopping centers. Tourist attractions. Downtown on a Friday night – virtually empty.

Friday was the first full day of two-week stay-at-home in Orange and Osceola counties.

This is what downtown Orlando looks like around 8pm on a Friday night during a pandemic stay-at-home order....

Posted by Lauren Seabrook WFTV on Friday, March 27, 2020
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Eyewitness News joined Orlando Police Department for an hour Friday while Lt. Wanda Miglio responded to calls.

There were two, but neither had to do with someone possibly violating the new stay-at-home order.

“It seems like everyone is listening and are complying with the stay-at-home order,” Miglio said.

Orlando police as well as sheriff’s offices in Orange and Osceola counties have said they’re not looking to arrest anyone, but people could face a $500 fine for violating the order.

So far, no fines have been issued.

See anchor Greg Warmoth’s message to Central Florida below: