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Hong Kong closed all public gazetted beaches on March 17 in

Hong Kong closed all public gazetted beaches on March 17 in -Hong-Kong-closed-all-public-gazetted-beaches-on-March-17

Hong Kong closed all public gazetted beaches on March 17 in a further tightening of social-distancing rules, leaving Hongkongers with fewer choices for a coastal break as temperatures rise.⁠

But besides the 42 gazetted public beaches managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, there are many non-gazetted beaches.⁠

Since they are not regarded as bathing beaches, there are no lifeguards, first aid services or shark nets at these beaches. Because of the lack of such facilities, swimmers are recommended to exercise caution, especially when seas are rough.⁠

While these beaches are not officially closed, beach-goers still need to observe Covid-19 social distancing rules and wear a mask when doing outdoor exercise.⁠

Read the full report at link in bio.⁠

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