San Diego to Close Parking Lots at Beaches, Parks, to Curb Coronavirus

Coronavirus Pandemic Causes Climate Of Anxiety And Changing Routines In America

Doesn't matter which side of the United States you're in, there are still people congregating at lakes, beaches, and parks.

The City of San Diego will be closing public beaches and parks to help enforce coronavirus (COVID-19) social distancing and lockdowns across the city.

Over the weekend, many San Diegans ignored the "stay-at-home" order and still showed up to public areas to get some sun around others. Despite parking lots to many San Diego lakes and beaches being closed, residents found a workaround by parking on the street and walked right in.

This doesn't mean that you're not allowed to get out of the house for a walk or run, it just means that you have to keep social distancing in mind. That means, being at least 6-feet away from those around you. This is NOT the time for parties or gatherings.

Photo: SAN DIEGO, CA - MARCH 20: An aerial view of the San Diego Zoo parking lot on March 20, 2020 in San Diego, California. Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic the San Diego Zoo is closed. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content