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WATCH: Footage Reveals Florida Beaches PACKED Despite Coronavirus Threat

This isn’t social distancing.

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Disturbing footage emerged Monday of hundreds of beachgoers congregating at a Tampa-area beach, in spite of the dangers posed by large social gatherings involving the coronavirus.

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More than 137 Floridians have already been diagnosed with the Chinese coronavirus. The progress of the disease in the state appears to be more advanced than it is in other American states, raising serious questions as to why hundreds of Americans believe that Monday is a perfect day to go to the beach.

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It goes without saying that the group presence at the beach defies the federal government’s recommendations on social distancing, guidelines that were updated to warn Americans against attending events with more than ten people present as of Monday.

More footage from WFLA revealed beaches that are even more crowded by the general public.

We shouldn’t be congregating in mass crowds like this.

Floridans were taken aback by the sheer number of people having fun at the beach, with many calling for the state government to officially close the beaches on account of the disease risk.

This isn’t the time to be going swimming at a public beach, a venue that could prove a prime setting for the coronavirus to be spread to tourists who will take it to other American states.

The situation is sadly akin to descriptions of the virus’ spread in Italy, where public health officials describe a general public that was unwilling to stay home from the recreational group events associated with daily life.

It appears that Florida’s response to the epidemic is lagging well behind that of other states and municipalities, that have cancelled public events before as many diagnoses of the disease occurred in their communities. New Orleans police could be seen dispersing large crowds from a nightlife district on St. Patrick’s Day, having no patience for the desire for revelry among those choosing to disregard the disease.

 

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Los Angeles Enacts Full Coronavirus Lockdown for Three Weeks

They can’t keep the virus under control.

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Los Angeles County officials have issued a three-week stay-at-home order on the county’s ten million residents, returning life to the first months of Chinese coronavirus lockdown for Los Angelenos.

The lockdown, which will last from November 30th to December 20th, will urge residents of the county to stay in their homes. Church services and protests are permitted. Businesses and organizations are being required to enact strict occupancy limits, with businesses deemed essential by the county allowed to accommodate more patrons than others.

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Restaurants in Los Angeles were ordered to suspend outdoor dining just two days ago, with county officials determining that such behavior was spreading the virus. The restaurant and business community have warned that repeating lengthy shutdowns could permanently cripple the city’s dining industry.

The lockdown comes as Los Angeles has incurred 4,751 new diagnosed cases of Chinese coronavirus within the past five days. Los Angeles public health officials had earlier created guidelines which would recommend the county take public health action if more than 4,500 new cases occurred over such a time frame. Hospitalizations and deaths have also surged, but the disease has generally proven to be less lethal on a per-capita case basis than it was at the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic in America.

With the recent surge of COVID-19 across our community, we must take additional safety measures to reduce the risk of illness and death from this terrible virus and protect our healthcare system,” said L.A. County Director of Public Health Barbara Ferrer.

Democrat-aligned states and urban communities have generally, but consistently incurred the worst outbreaks of the coronavirus pandemic in America. Unfortunately, it may ultimately prove that repeating lockdown measures instituted by local officials isn’t sufficient to deter its spread.

 

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