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The closures on the Midcoast and in southern Maine include Reid Point out Park, Popham Seashore State Park, Two Lights Point out Park, Crescent Beach State Park and Scarborough Beach amongst other individuals effective Friday.
Maine is closing coastal parks and beach locations owing to overcrowding amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the Maine Office of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry declared Thursday.
As of Friday, the adhering to Midcoast and southern Maine coastal condition parks and seashores will be shut until eventually April eight: Reid State Park, Popham Seaside Condition Park, Fort Popham, Fort Baldwin, Kettle Cove State Park, Two Lights Condition Park, Crescent Beach front Condition Park, Scarborough Seaside Point out Park, Ferry Beach front Point out Park and Mackworth Island.
The closure could be extended depending on the “the spread of the probably deadly virus,” the office introduced in a press launch Thursday night.
The office – with assist from Gov. Janet Mills – declared it would get these additional proactive steps to safeguard the well being and security of Maine folks from the risk of COVID-19 because “overcrowding in the earlier couple months has made it more and more difficult for the public to implement acceptable actual physical distancing.”