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Memorial Day beach crowds lead to mixed messages from officials on coronavirus

FOXNews.com Monday, 25 May 2020
Governors and other elected officials are sending out mixed messages this holiday weekend as vacationers descended on beaches in droves despite the country still grappling with the coronavirus pandemic.
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