College students from Miami, Florida as well as from several neighboring states have for many years had a tradition, where thousands flock to the beaches in Miami to party away at the bars and the beaches. But it has now been put an effective end to officially. The authorities in Miami have namely due to the accelerating coronakrise in the UNITED states closed all the beaches and bars.
It writes several media outlets including CBS, CNN, The Hill and the Metro
The young parties on the loose in Miami during the easter holidays, but now all the bars closed. Many of them, however, will be partying on in other ways. Photo credit: CBS
It has created great disappointment among the revelers young, which, however, does not intend to stop the party. Some of them are even totally indifferent with the coronavirus.
It appears in a video from the great american broadcaster CBS, where the young american Bradley Sluder f.ex. says the following:
- If I get the corona, so I get the corona. In the end, it does not come to stop me from partying. We have been waiting here for two months, he says.
Here enjoys the young college students beach life, before the authorities closed the beaches in Miami. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix.
The young female students, Atlantis Walker adds in the video:
- The virus is not as serious. There are much more serious things in the world as f.ex. hunger and poverty. It is more important that we look at it.
Brianne Leeder says that the ban on the bars and stay on the beaches has completely ruined her easter holiday:
- You can't made other things here than to go to the beach and go to bars. But now they have closed it all. It has blown it completely out of proportion. They make too much out of it here, " says Brianne.
In Miami, it is illegal to be gathered more than 10 people, and the health authorities have recommended that you keep a social distance of two meters from each other.
But many of the young students of the bridge to ignore completely the recommendations, and several of them believe that they need to find out to party, although both the bars and the beaches are closed.
Here, the police have put a sign up on a beach in Miami, who says that the beach is closed. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix.