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We do not publish national news articles very often and would prefer to keep our network for Herefordshire however, because of all the hard work already done in trying to contain the virus and the dedication from the NHS and other key workers, we felt compelled to post this article because if people continue to ignore the guidelines we may end up with a second wave.

We have all seen the pictures of thousands of people flocking to the beaches this week across the UK during this period of hot weather. Bournemouth beach was a classic example and a major incident was declared yesterday after thousands ignored health advice, with widespread anti-social behaviour, gridlocked roads and huge crowds on the hottest day of the year.

Bournemouth East MP Tobias Elwood said 500,000 visitors were in Dorset yesterday – almost as many people as living in the county.

Maybe Bournemouth council should take some responsibility here for not putting social distancing measures in place...But people should equally be responsible for their own actions.

This was Bournemouth Beach yesterday

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Photo courtesy of The Telegraph - Bournemouth Beach

We should look at other countries to see how they are creating safer beach environments for the public. 

This is a brilliant example of how they should apply social distancing at Jesolo Beach in Italy

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Photo courtesy os Skyline Webcams - Jesolo Beach Italy

View the LIVE Jesolo Beach webcam here

It can't be that difficult surely.. your thoughts?

 

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On 26/06/2020 at 09:43, Hereford Voice said:

We do not publish national news articles very often and would prefer to keep our network for Herefordshire however, because of all the hard work already done in trying to contain the virus and the dedication from the NHS and other key workers, we felt compelled to post this article because if people continue to ignore the guidelines we may end up with a second wave.

We have all seen the pictures of thousands of people flocking to the beaches this week across the UK during this period of hot weather. Bournemouth beach was a classic example and a major incident was declared yesterday after thousands ignored health advice, with widespread anti-social behaviour, gridlocked roads and huge crowds on the hottest day of the year.

Bournemouth East MP Tobias Elwood said 500,000 visitors were in Dorset yesterday – almost as many people as living in the county.

Maybe Bournemouth council should take some responsibility here for not putting social distancing measures in place...But people should equally be responsible for their own actions.

This was Bournemouth Beach yesterday

952993384_BournemouthBeach.thumb.jpg.50983587724130e0cb2244b26cdf6b26.jpg
Photo courtesy of The Telegraph - Bournemouth Beach

We should look at other countries to see how they are creating safer beach environments for the public. 

This is a brilliant example of how they should apply social distancing at Jesolo Beach in Italy

1688534796_JesoloBeach.thumb.png.85133b13ba489446bb8a896cf0c02714.png
Photo courtesy os Skyline Webcams - Jesolo Beach Italy

View the LIVE Jesolo Beach webcam here

It can't be that difficult surely.. your thoughts?

 

Fake news about Jesolo beach.It's always been like this way before Covid 19 pandemic.

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