After a lengthy lockdown on beaches in San Diego County due to the coronavirus pandemic, health officials gave the ok to sit and lounge, but with limitations.
All beach communities agreed to ease this restriction starting June 2, but cities can decide if they want to proceed later and how the guideline is going to be enforced, county health officials said.
Health officials said people are still required to wear face coverings and maintain social distance.
- Sitting on the beach is allowed for sunbathing and relaxing with towels and chairs with your household unit.
- No activities such as football, volleyball allowed
- Parking lots and piers are still closed
Here is a list of local cities that reopened their beaches.
San Diego Police told NBC 7 they have issued zero citations for people already sitting on the beaches saying they've only educated people and they've complied.