As States Reopen, Could It Be Safe to visit the shore


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As states reopen and we begin to emerge from our homes, heading to the beach for a day of fun and sun ranks high as a popular destination for many families. But with new COVID-19 cases still popping up all over the country, both experts and the community wonder if going back to the beach is considered a safe family outing. Knight: “I would recommend going to a beach only if transmission rates are limited in your community and there are capacity limits at the beach. A crowded beach is a high-risk situation. A secluded area, with limited visitors, is preferred.

However, many states are not allowing out-of-towners to visit their beaches or use their hotels. Texas and Florida, for example, have strict self-quarantine regulations in place for visitors from several states, enforced by state troopers handing out $1,000 fines and six-month jail sentences. Visitors must fill out a “Safe Travel” screening 24 hours prior to their flight. On August 11, the state partly reinstated a 14-day quarantine for inter-island travel. Here’s the latest on where states stand in their plans to reopen.

Stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders are being lifted in some states and extended in others as the coronavirus pandemic. Travel restrictions: As of July 29, a travel advisory is in place encouraging Maryland residents not to travel to states with positivity rates exceeding 10%. Maryland residents who have traveled to Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, and Texas are encouraged to. Many tell schools to consider the area’s rate of positive virus tests, but the threshold deemed safe for classroom instruction ranges from 3% to 15%. In New York, Democratic Gov.

Andrew Cuomo has said schools can reopen in areas where the average rate of positive tests is below 5% during a two-week period. All 50 states had begun to reopen in some way after the coronavirus thrust the country into lockdown starting in March. Now, a growing number of states are pausing plans to reopen. With new guidelines from the federal government, some governors have rolled out plans to begin lifting measures in place battling the spread of the coronavirus but other officials say it’s.

Wondering what’s safe as states start to reopen? Here’s what some public health experts plan to do Will you go to the beach? A: Because beaches are outdoors, they’re less risky, but only.

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But the people are told that it’s not yet safe to return to the beach area and that the airports are closed.

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This beach being a sandy beach will continue to erode and maybe rapidly in the future because it has to be the source of sand to the other nearby beaches and is also unprotected.

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Wait for official notice that it’s safe before returning to the beach.”

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Since state park acquisition in 1982, the dunes at Oso Flaco Lake have been closed to off-road vehicles, and camping along the beach has been prohibited.

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Every other beach was completely unaffected by the state-government shutdown.

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An article in the same paper reported, “They [regulations] can now be enforced because the beautiful white sand beach at Crystal Beach has been fenced off.

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Every year hundreds, even thousands, of beaches in the US are posted with warnings or closed for a day or more due to known water contamination.

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Some beaches are closing altogether.

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But for a place that depends on sun-and-sand-seeking tourists, Fort Lauderdale has a big problem: its beaches are disappearing.

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The government says that water released back into the ocean is safe, but environmentalists have questioned their claims and fishing grounds remain closed (Soble, 2016).

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  • Ignorance is bliss. Nobody’s gonna listen to anybody. Let these people go gracefully, for some fun in the sun. Give grandma a big hug for me too.

  • For all the media hype, how many people actually contracted covid by going to the beach? I bet very few because its outdoors in the sun meaning powerful UV light and great ventilation. Staying in an enclosed place for long time even with Social distancing is way way worst. Fake news.

  • As a Floridian myself, this is stupid. If you get the virus by going to the grocery (that’s was a necessary activity) but the beach?! No that can be avoided.

  • You want to track us with your drones and all the 5g and the chem trials. Look up in the skies. The drones watch you at night time just walk outside. And watch at night stop being blind and looking at your phones

  • 10%?! Yeah, that should = prosperity…. Thank you gracious overlords for blessing these poor business owners with 10%. Give me a break.

  • You can see in the picture above how people immediately violate social distancing rules. Discipline for these zipperheads lasts a couple of minutes. They’re even crazier in Cali when it comes to beachgoing. I no longer care, let them get the virus, they are clueless as to its power and persistence. Only those of us who have had it and were lucky enough to survive it know what it is like.

  • Yup.. all rich folks in Orange County! They don’t like to be troubled by lockdowns.. so they got ahold of their friend Newsom and here we are!

  • people die of flu and respiratory illness every single year.Power mad public servants do not have the authority to cancel your freedom, right to assemble, and the right to make a living to prevent homelessness. What about next year?? Will crooked politicians order us into our jail cells again?

  • meh. its survival of the fittest at this point. everything opening up and refusing to follow CDC guidelines of masks and social distancing, let’s just play russian roulette and see who makes it through. ��‍♂️

  • The new coronavirus spreads far more easily than the flu and is at least ten times more deadly. By reopening the country now it’s not a question of if more people will die from Covid-19 but how many.

  • Washington Post poll finds that many are comfortable with going to the grocery store to get food so they will not die. Interesting.

  • Look on the bright side. This virus is going to usher in a Democrat Electoral Sweep in November, and Authoritarian Communism in February. We can fimally punish the owners and exploiters as they deserve.

  • It is a huge difference respecting social distancing in the beginning of May on a Tuesday afternoon and respecting social distancing in a Sunday in June/July. It is great for mental health, but not so safe… unfortunately

  • There is no summer so why is people so hung up on this just focus on getting past us to enjoy the next one sitting out one won’t kill anybody but this virus will

  • staying away from these stupid people…yeah they need to be wearing masks and gloves..what a bunch of idiots…i’m staying away from malls, restaurants, everything..only going to get grocery and be back home…while wearing mask and gloves….anyone i see not wearing masks I tell them to to go on the other aisle, the other side, stay away from me….

  • We are so fucked, 2nd wave of the virus is going to happen later this year because of dumb fucks who think that they are better than everyone else. WE ARE FUCKED

  • Go get a life guys… Please don’t try this hard to lose it. It really disturbs me that Americans are so ignorant to their own lives. Don’t they wanna stay alive?

  • I swear if me and my family won’t be able to go to the beach I am going to scream cuz I have been doing all the school work and it’s driving me crazy and I WANT A VACATION

  • I understand the need to restart the economy and get back working, and also to socialise again. But you can try and be as safe as possible when working, commuting and out and about. But travel, concerts and sports events are 3 areas you should be prepared to wait for a while, they’re not really that essential in the short term.

  • Blame China may be wrong! USA didn’t begin COVID-19 testing until Jan 19th, 2020. The first USA case is Strain B/C. How to explain this? excerpt “According to the Daily Mail, analysis of the genetic history of SARS-CoV-2 or the novel coronavirus shows that Type A, which is the strain that came from bats and jumped to humans from pangolins, was not common in China-the origin of the outbreak.
    Instead, Type B, which is derived from Type A coronavirus via two mutations, is more prevalent in the country, specifically in ground zero: Wuhan.
    Nevertheless, the original variation has been found in over 400,000 COVID-19 cases in the United States and Australia.”

  • Stay home!..Stop paying bills for other’s!..Or is this the American way?… Stimulating the economy by making other’s rich?…While you’re in that food line….looking for that next check…Think about it…:-)

  • Didn’t we already recognize that sunlight kills the plandemic virus covert-19 or whatever it is called. Fucking ridiculous political scare tool.

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  • thats why in United states have now about 100,000 deaths compared to less than 3,000 in other countrys.
    People doesnt realize that this virus will be last and still affecting innocent people… but i think most of you are selfish and empty as human beings.

  • Nothing is wrong with enjoy surfing, water, sand, the sunshine, the breeds, etc,,
    They’ rather strengthen your immune system,,
    I love to see people enjoying the nature ❤️

  • Honestly it didn’t even seem worth it to travel because of all the safety restrictions, why the hell do I wanna wear a mask on a beach and be focus on staying far away from everyone? A vacation is supposed to be stress and worry free. I’ll just wait till we finally get a vaccine, whenever that is

  • Americans are a rare people.There is a virus that can kill you.There is no vaccine,and no clear protocols for effective treatment.But yet,they scream about their Freedom,they wanna go to the beach.The only country in the world that is pushing back on measures to preserve life.SMH.

  • There will come a day, when all you instagram people will wake up and suddenly will be locked in a cage, then it won’t be funny anymore and everyone will understand it then, and not before then. If you go back and look at the opening ceremony of 2012 olympic games you will see that predictive programming was used, i know that even if you see it with your own eyes that you won’t believe it, that is the tragedy of your miserable lives

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  • Went to the beach last week. No mask! Lies! All lies! Covid 19 is BS and your fear mongering people for no reason, or your apart of he covid 19 agenda. I say your part of the agenda! Lies! Quit lying to us! Peopple are waking