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All the surreal ways beaches and parks could change after coronavirus so you can enjoy the outdoors and still keep your distance from strangers

Business Insider Logo By trogers@businessinsider.com (Taylor Nicole Rogers) of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 15: Authorities and architects have come up with innovative ways for people to enjoy the outdoors while social distancing this summer.New York's Domino Park painted circles on the lawn to separate sunbathers, while architects in Vienna proposed building a maze of hedges to create walking paths in the Austrian capital.Although the risk of contracting the novel coronavirus is lower outdoors than indoors, authorities still recommend that people avoid gathering to slow the virus' spread.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Read the original article on Business Insider

All the surreal ways beaches and parks could change after coronavirus

  • Authorities and architects have come up with innovative ways for people to enjoy the outdoors while social distancing this summer.
  • New York's Domino Park painted circles on the lawn to separate sunbathers, while architects in Vienna proposed building a maze of hedges to create walking paths in the Austrian capital.
  • Although the risk of contracting the novel coronavirus is lower outdoors than indoors, authorities still recommend that people avoid gathering to slow the virus' spread.
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