BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — U.S. Senator Rick Scott (R-FL), the former Governor, is on a media blitz this morning telling people to get off the beach.
“What are you thinking?!” he nearly shouted on CNN. “Get off the beach!”
Images from Florida’s west coast were publicized Wednesday, showing spring breakers congregated in groups much larger than ten, partying and acting as if there’s not a pandemic underway. New CDC information reveals rising incidence of COVID-19 in younger people.
In Palm Beach County, City of Boca Raton beaches are closed, but beaches that fall outside Boca’s city limits — and are maintained by Palm Beach County — inexplicably remain open. You could walk one foot and cross from a ‘closed’ beach to an ‘open’ beach.
There has been no mandate from Gov. Ron DeSantis to close beaches, only to keep groups to ten people or less
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