San Diego County Says Cities Can Open Beaches for Surfing On Monday


How do you keep a bunch of stir-crazy people from rushing closed beaches during a heat-wave weekend amid a pandemic-induced lockdown? You tell them those beaches could be open on Monday, of course.

San Diego County officials just announced an amendment to a public health order that will allow cities within the county to open their beaches back up for surfing, swimming and other individual exercise activities (meaning no sitting, laying out, playing volleyball, etc.) effective Monday, April 27 at sunrise. However, it is still up to the individual cities within the county to decide when beaches will be open, for what hours and under what guidelines. In other words, beaches can open as early as Monday, but the ball is in the cities’ courts. [Update: the City of San Diego has announced it will open up beaches on Monday in accordance with county…

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