Thousands of tourists have already started arriving in South Florida, including the beaches of Fort Lauderdale and Miami Beach.
Miami Beach Commissioner Alex Fernandez says:
“Lots of tourism, lots of activity. 81% of our hotels are occupied this first weekend of spring break”.
To prevent such disorders, on the beaches, restrictions related to alcohol and drugs have already begun.
Authorities said their goal was for “everyone to return home the same way they arrived here”.
And for this reason, from this Friday until April 2, alcohol, refrigerators, tents, loud music, electric skateboards and unauthorized vendors will be prohibited.
Bill Schultz, of the Fort Lauderdale Police Department, assures that “in addition to alcohol control measures, there will also be anti-drug canines to prevent the use of psychoactive substances on the beach”.
35 miles further south, in Miami Beach, the measures are also in place.
Over the next four weeks, Miami Beach will host dozens of events related to sports, music, arts and celebrations of the LGBTIQ+ community.
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