Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks Prepares for the Memorial Day
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Over the weekend of Memorial Day, vacationers packed Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks ignoring guidance to maintain 6 feet of social distance during the coronavirus pandemic. Scott Pasmore, an anchor at the KTVK-TV affiliate of CBS Arizona, posted footage of festivities showing people flooding a maskless pool.
New images from Snapchat Map display similar scenes played around Lake of the Ozarks in bars and recreation areas. Most areas were crowded and without masks or at least 6 feet apart, patrons said. Missouri ‘s home order stay expired earlier this month, but state health director Dr Randall Williams directed statewide social isolation at least until the end of May. CBS News has asked the Department of Health and Human Services in Missouri for comment. Missouri reported confirmations of at least 11,752 COVID-19 cases and 676 deaths.
According to CBS Missouri affiliate KMOV-TV, St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson responds to the crowds by saying she worries alot. It is about what it will signify to possibly spread COVID-19.
Department of the Camden County Sheriff told The Associated Press that officers struggled. It is to keep up with the increase in crime due to the flood of people. It is in the city alone to have the deputies to maintain social distance.