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Minnesota Park Policy Changes After Large Crowds Gathered In Nice Weather

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - With the warmer weather we've been having, cities are seeing people not following social distancing rules, gathering in large groups in parks.
Minneapolis Parks & Recreation Board said they've received over 100 calls of large groups gathering in parks, near the lakes, or the river over the last two days, which were warm and sunny.
MRPB is now asking that people stop participating in team sports including basketball, soccer, and football. Bloomington and Edina's Parks and Recreation Departments have also asked for the same compliance.
In Edina, they received nine calls of...
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