LIVE STREAMS of Oxford's cameras show the usually rammed tourist spots deserted and empty as people stay at home on lockdown.

CCTV cameras outside Oxford Martin School on Broad Street and Oxford Internet Institute looking over St Giles broadcast live online.

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On a typical Monday morning, the streets would be chockablock with cars and commuters racing to get to work.

But amid the coronavirus crisis residents are staying at home and only a handful of cars have been spotted on the live cameras driving through the city's streets. 

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More than one Ocado van was picked up going past St Giles this morning and on Broad Street, just a couple of people were seen walking.

It reflects the government lockdown rules which means citizens can only leave their homes under a list of very restricted reasons like going shopping, getting one hour of exercise a day and in an emergency.