Beach Attendance in Brevard ‘Substantially Down’ Following Enforcement of Social Distancing

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Brevard County’s efforts to deter big crowds on beaches amid the coronavirus pandemic and warnings to avoid large crowds seemed to be working. Cocoa Beach’s city commissioners said attendance is “substantially down” since public parking closures and an alcohol ban both went into effect this week.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA (ClickOrlando.com) – Brevard County’s efforts to deter big crowds on beaches amid the coronavirus pandemic and warnings to avoid large crowds seemed to be working Sunday.

Cocoa Beach’s city commissioners said attendance is “substantially down” since public parking closures and an alcohol ban both went into effect this week.

However, as a consequence of closed parking lots, some drivers are finding unique ways to park their cars.

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