NYC, Boston Clamp Down on Park Use During Outbreak

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For the most part the great outdoors have been a place of respite for weary citizens on lockdown during the current coronavirus outbreak, but some parts of the country are now putting limitations on their local parks.

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh on Monday announced a series of new measures aimed at cracking down on gatherings at in the city’s public parks. The parks department is zip-tying basketball hoops, removing tennis nets and putting up new signage to remind people to engage in social distancing.

“These measures are to discourage anyone from engaging activities in our parks that will put them or others at risk,” Walsh told the Boston Herald

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