Church Street, which is the main drag through town, wasn't deserted but there was far less traffic than usual on a weekday afternoon.
If Naugy sounds somehow familiar, the early artificial leather product Naugahyde (trademarked in 1936) was first produced in Naugatuck, and named for the town. Decades later a comic advertising campaign claimed that the product came from an animal called a Nauga, which didn't have to be slaughtered because it conveniently shed its skin, making Naugahyde available for humans to use. You can still buy a Nauga doll.
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Restaurants are all take out (and sometimes delivery) only.
Tattoo parlors are out for the duration.
A small storefront Domino's Pizza might have been the busiest spot, with customers picking up and delivery guys heading out.