(U.K.) #Coronavirus Report: By 09:00 BST roads were gridlocked and a mobile app to aid social distancing on the beaches was showing red in three areas – meaning “avoid” but the public ignore the advice and as temperatures rose to over 30.C in some places people just kept on arriving and by 11:00AM most popular beaches were full: Now ask the question ? Why are lockdowns being reapplied #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – Aug.01: Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Council leader Vikki Slade said the towns were ready to welcome visitors “with open arms” but marshals had been deployed at car parks along with extra security officers, first aiders and additional traffic management systems BBC News reports.

As police and council officers are patrolled the seafront in Bournemouth and Poole as thousands descend on the towns’ beaches on the UK’s hottest day of the year: In June, a major incident was declared in Bournemouth because of the crowds: Concerns have also been raised about the number of people in Brighton: Brighton and Hove City Council said large numbers were making it “impossible to maintain physical distancing” And in Kent, Thanet District Council said some of its most popular beaches were full:

#Coronavirus Report: Beach crowds descend on Bournemouth, Brighton and Poole and ‘ social distancing nowhere in sight as people ignore

Crowds on Brighton beach on Friday 31 July 2020ReutersThe council in Brighton said it was concerned about the number of people in the city

Meteorologists said temperatures recorded at Heathrow had reached 37.8C (100.04F), making it the third warmest day ever recorded in the UK: Dorset Police said its officers would be working longer shifts and some had their rest days cancelled to cope with the anticipated influx of visitors over the summer.

By 11:00 traffic marshals were already turning people away from Sandbanks car park and residents were urging the council to close the road: By mid afternoon, nearly all of the seven-mile stretch of beach between Poole Harbour and Highcliffe was marked as red on the council’s beach app, meaning “avoid, safe social distancing not possible”.

Dorset Council said car parks at Lulworth and Durdle Door, on the Jurassic Coast, were also full and urged visitors to go elsewhere:

#AceHealthDesk report ………….Published: Aug.01: 2020:

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