Ontario has declared a state of emergency to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and has ordered all non-essential businesses to be closed.
Schools, daycares, parks, and hiking trails are closed as well.
That has had a major impact on traffic across the province, even during rush hour.
On Thursday, we checked out highway traffic cameras between 8:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. -- a time when many people are usually heading to work and school.
One of the most notably-empty stretches of road is on the 401, which is one of North America's busiest highways.
On a typical, pre-coronavirus day, between 420,000 and 500,000 cars use this route.
Keep scrolling for more time and date-stamped photos of Ontario's highways in the age of the COVID-19 disaster.
Highway 401 near Kipling Rd.:
Highway 404 near Sheppard
Highway 401 near Yonge
Highway 401 near Allen
Highway 401 west of Renforth (Near Toronto Pearson International Airport)
Highway 403 near Hurontario
QEW near Trafalgar
QEW near the Ford plant
QEW Niagara near the Skyway
Highway 417 near Terry Fox Dr.
Highway 401 near Gardiners
Highway 401 in Cousineau Tunnel East