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Social distancing circles dot San Francisco’s Dolores Park

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SAN FRANCISCO – Bay Area residents came out during the first half of the warm Memorial Day weekend.

San Francisco’s Dolores Park has got a new look to help with social distancing during the time of COVID-19 crisis.

Mayor London Breed urged residents to avoid temptation to pack local parks. Hopefully, it is followed.

The Parks and Recreation Department have been painted white chalk circles throughout the park in the Mission District. Each circle is about six-feet wide.

Those circles will help people keep a safe distance away, for social distancing, as they enjoy the outdoors.

The park has become so popular that at one time, Mayor London Breed said she’d consider shutting it down if people don’t keep their distance. 

Some visitors say they went out specifically for the circles, because they knew they’d be social distancing.

Aaron writes guides and news related to the games at TheWestNews.com. Apart from his passion for writing and playing games he's exploring new places around the globe.

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