Thousands of americans defying the ranged rules, and come together to celebrate Memorial Day, a holiday where you remember the fallen soldiers.
Simultaneously marks the day is also the start of the summer, which particularly causes people to congregate along the beaches and lakes, while the authorities are frantically trying to get the big groups to spread.
It writes multiple media such as the BBC and The Guardian.
- We will make it absolutely clear that it is absolutely essential to keep the social distance. If you can't keep distance, and you are outside, so you must have a face mask on, say, the much worried head of the u.s. strike force against the coronavirus, Deborah Birx, for ABC.
the UNITED states'figures for coronarelaterede deaths approaching 100,000, but that doesn't stop many revelers americans to come together, f.ex.in the state of Missouri at a popular seaside resort.
No covid concerns to the lake of the ozarks #loto pic.twitter.com/Yrb4UNM64u— Scott Pasmore (@scottpasmoretv) May 24, 2020
Previously just partying by the pool been linked to a sudden increase in the number of infected.
Mayor Lyda Krewson in St. Louis, Missouri, tells a local tv station, that she finds the situation 'deeply disturbing'.
- It is irresponsible and dangerous to engage in as risky behaviour just to have a little fun in a weekend, says Krewson.
After two months of decommissioning all 50 u.s. states partially opened, while the remaining restrictions vary from state to state.
photo Gallery 1 of 7 Americans flock to the water. Here at the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. Photo: Twitter/Lawler50 // Ritzau Scanpix 2 of 7 Americans flock to the water during Memorial Day. Here at Newport Beach in southern California. Photo credit: EUGENE GARCIA // Ritzau Scanpix 3 of 7 Americans flock to the water during Memorial Day. Here by the beach at Venice Beach in California. Photo: APU GOMES // Ritzau Scanpix 4 of 7 Americans flock to the water during Memorial Day. Here is the boat event at the Charleston, South Carolina. Photo: Sean Rayford // Ritzau Scanpix 5 of 7 Americans flock to the water during Memorial Day. Here at Wildwood, New Jersey. Photo: Mark Makela // Ritzau Scanpix 6 of 7 Americans flock to the water during Memorial Day. Here, at Coney Island in New York city, it is even forbidden to swim. Photo credit: Bryan R. Smith // Ritzau Scanpix 7 of 7 Americans flock to the water during Memorial Day. Here at Los Angeles, California. Photo: David Mcnew // Ritzau Scanpix