U.S. CDC Guidance at Public Beaches

Summer’s here, as is COVID-19. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently issued guidance for people who go to public beaches, and for communities that oversee them. The CDC says the safest practice is for people to maintain six-feet social distancing when encountering people with whom they do not live. Food, beach chairs, toys and supplies should not be shared. Hand sanitizer should be used by staff and beach goers when soap and water are not practical.

U.S. CDC Guidance






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