Starting tomorrow, Saturday, Beaches in Puerto Rico they will reopen for bathers, but if you plan to go this weekend, be careful.
And it is that the National Meteorological Service in San Juan warned tonight that there will be a high risk of marine currents for the north of Puerto Rico and the east of Santa Cruz until late Sunday.
“A storm surge from the east northeast, generated by tropical storm Paulette, will create dangerous sea conditions and currents”, indicates a post on his official Twitter account.
– NWS San Juan (@NWSSanJuan) September 11, 2020
They also issued a warning to small boat operators for the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Anegada passage until Sunday night.
The swell could reach six to eight feet and sometimes up to 10 feet.
The governor Wanda Vazquez Garced announced yesterday the most important points of the new Executive Order to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the Country Among them is the reopening of the beaches for bathers.
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However, people will have to maintain a physical distance of between six and eight feet. No crowds will be allowed and the mask must be worn at all times while in the sand.
The marinas will also reopen, but boats will be able to join within 15 feet of each other. Whoever violates the order will be banned from using the boat for 30 days.