Love seeing this
Here's hoping people stay safe, follow the rules & enjoy the beaches responsibly
From CBS LA:
Los Angeles County’s beaches will reopen Wednesday to limited, active use, according to the city of Manhattan Beach.
People walk by the closed pier, beach and strand amid the novel coronavirus pandemic on April 28, 2020, in Manhattan Beach, California. – California was the first state in the nation to impose a stay-at-home order in early March, a move largely seen as having contributed to preventing a death toll similar to those in New York or New Jersey. (Photo by VALERIE MACON/AFP via Getty Images)
Physical distancing will be required, and beaches will be open only for active use, so people will not be able to lay down blankets or picnic. The Strand, bike path, the Manhattan Beach Pier and parking lots will remain closed to prevent crowds and the spread ofcoronavirus.But, Manhattan Beach Mayor Richard Montgomery says he is excited the beach will once again be accessible to the public.
“The beach will be open for active uses only, such as walking, running, surfing and swimming,” Montgomery said in a statement. “If beach visitors do not follow all the rules, the State of California or Los Angeles County can once again close our beaches. By abiding by these measures, you will play an important role in keeping the beaches open.”