Clearing their heads: People visit state parks to escape coronavirus angst

The coronavirus pandemic has forced the closures of schools, businesses, entertainment centers – basically any place where people can gather indoors.

News 12 Staff

Mar 21, 2020, 12:49 AM

Updated 1,528 days ago

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The coronavirus pandemic has forced the closures of schools, businesses, entertainment centers – basically any place where people can gather indoors.
It was all done to stop the spread of the virus and to protect those in the population who are more susceptible to the illness.
But this has left New Jerseyans with very little to do. Many flocked to some of New Jersey’s state parks, which remained open as of Friday.
News 12’s Brian Donohue went to Cheesequake Park to meet with some people who came to the park to clear their heads of the anxiety of dealing with the crisis.
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