Thousands of residents across the state are waiting with bated breath for Memorial Day weekend to arrive, as Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Thursday that beaches and boardwalks will be open for the official start of beach season next week.
Thousands of others decided: Why wait? Awakening to sunny skies and balmy weather Saturday morning, a countless number of New Jersey residents flocked to the many beaches across Atlantic, Cape May, Monmouth and Ocean counties that are currently open to the public.Local officials are at minimum prohibiting group activities and sports at the beaches to curb the sp…
Posted: May 17th, 2020 | Author: admin | Filed under: COVID-19 | Tags: COVID-19, Jersey Shore, New Jersey | Comments Off on Most beaches across the state are already open. Here’s what the scene was like at the Jersey Shore on Saturday.
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