Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.ATLANTA – Thousands of people across the country are staying home to stop the spread of the coronavirus — but an old-school activity is making a comeback. Drive-in movie theaters nationwide have become a nostalgic way for families to pass the time while social distancing guidelines are in place. The Starlight Drive-in theater in Atlanta was forced to closed in March when the coronavirus hit home. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the Atlanta drive-in reopened last week, and residents are packing the theater — all in the comfort, and safety, of their vehicle. In Atlanta the Starlight Drive-in sign is lit up every night as guest file in to see a movie, and escape the pandemic. (Jayla Whitfield / Fox News) Atlanta resident, Afiya Hughes and her husband recently visited the Atlanta drive-in and she says it’s a nice way to see other people.“Everybody was there, it was crowded, it was a packed house. Even though I didn’t speak to anyone directly or anything like that, I still felt connected to the people at the drive-in, because we all needed to get out, we all needed a

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