Sunny skies and crystal clear water have proved impossible to resist for thousands of residents across Sydney who ignored the coronavirus threat and flocked to their local beach on Monday morning. The popular Cronulla Beach Walk was packed with walkers and joggers throughout the morning, despite a regular presence of NSW Police officers to tell anyone who dared stop to chat that it was time to move on. Sitting at either end of a beachside park bench, John West and his friend Greg believed they were entitled to have their morning coffee out in the fresh air. But after being approached by a policewoman, the two men were soon on their way. ‘We were told you have to be active, you’re not allowed to just sit around and enjoy the fresh air,’ Mr West told Daily Mail Australia. Thousands of Sydney locals flocked to beaches such as Cronulla (pictured) on Monday morning, putting sunny skies ahead of the threat of coronavirus NSW Police officers were out in force at Cronulla Beach in Sydney’s south on Monday, ordering anyone who wasn’t exercising to move on People are only allowed out and about for an essential reason such as exercise (pictured), medical attention… Read full this story
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