Mom Drives 90 Minutes to a Beach Then Complains About Others Doing the Same

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Breaking social distancing is something of a taboo topic right now. But it seems some people are approaching it from a place of total hypocrisy…

In fact, some have even taken to the streets in protest!

The whole world has been affected.

And President Trump declared a national emergency to combat the coronavirus pandemic, freeing up $50 billion in federal funding and promising a screening website and drive-by tests.

And even though the President promised for things to be back to normal by Easter, things certainly haven’t turned out that way.

Which has, of course, resulted in mass panic and hysteria.

And it has been proven that locking down public areas and avoiding social situations has helped reduce the chances of spreading the already out of control virus.

But it seems that not everyone feels the need to abide by these suggestions here in the United States.

Scenes at the Clearwater Beach in Florida in March showed a lot of people completely disregarding these global warnings.

All of which seemed to be living in complete oblivion.

And even police warnings didn’t faze the revelers.

Thousands of people in the state have now died, showing exactly what happens when people congregate in mass gatherings.

Because last month, The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce reported all sandy beaches within the city limits are to be closed at least through noon.

And people were prohibited from entering these beaches… even for walks.

Beaches in Jacksonville, Florida, reopened to the public a few weeks ago.

And this follows President Trump’s announcement that states must decide themselves when to lift restrictions.

And it seems many of us are struggling.

And they believe that things will just go back to normal if everything in their community is reopened, including restaurants, hair salons, and gyms. What a world we are living in.

It seems not even the deaths of a staggering number of people can convince people of the importance of maintaining social distancing.

via : BBC

Jane Peacock was interviewed on BBC News while on a beach 90 minutes from her home in Dorset, UK.

via : BBC

“But I think it’s going to peak again because everyone’s going to go mad and go anywhere they can.”

via : BBC

“I find that quite annoying, to be honest. It’s like being in Tesco.”

Can you say hypocrisy?

And understandably so!

She seemed unable to see herself as a part of the problem.

That other people are the ones in the wrong.

It seems the spread of the virus is set to continue. And for one surprising diagnosis, read on …