In response to raucus partying and a refusal to engage in proper social distancing, Miami Beach has announced a curfew.
Who could have possibly known that a bunch of drunk college students on spring break would take of their masks and swap bodily fluids?
The answer to this question is, "Anyone with 2 brain cells to rub together."One day after the spring break oasis of South Beach descended into chaos, with the police struggling to control overwhelming crowds and making scores of arrests, officials in Miami Beach decided on Sunday to extend an emergency curfew for up to three weeks.
The officials there went so far as to approve closing the famed Ocean Drive to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. — the hours of the curfew — for four nights a week through April 12. Residents, hotel guests and employees of local businesses are exempt from the closure.
The strip, frequented by celebrities and tourists alike, was the scene of a much-criticized skirmish on Saturday night between at-times unruly spring breakers who ignored social distancing and masking guidelines, and police officers who used pepper balls to disperse a large crowd just hours after the curfew had been introduced.
The restrictions were a stunning concession to the city’s inability to control unwieldy crowds of revelers that the city and the state of Florida aggressively courted amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
*Pronounced in Japanese,
"baka ni tsukeru kusuri wanai", which means, "There is no medicine for
stupidity." Apologies for any inaccuracies in the text, I do not know