Some beaches in Florida reopened this week on May 3, for the first time in more than a month,media reported. Governor Ron DeSantis has urged people to learn to stay social if they choose to travel to popular places. But one Florida resident expressed his views on the order.
律师Daniel W. Uhlfelder将自己装扮成死神，他手持镰刀并接受WMBB-TV新闻的现场电视采访解释自己这么穿的原因。
“I’m a strong supporter of public beaches,” Uhlfelder said in his all-black line, “but I think the danger of bringing everyone to our area and spreading the virus, I think it will prolong our recovery, and I think we should take better (protection) measures.” It’s too early and inappropriate (to open the beach). “
In fact, Uhlfelder isn’t just thinking so recently. In March, the lawyer sued Governor DeSantis for not shutting down all of the Sunshine State’s beaches, but his lawsuit was eventually dismissed. Nicholas Primrose, DeSantis’ deputy general counsel, said he was not eligible to file a lawsuit because Uhlfelder himself was not required to go to the beach, WCTV reported. But as the virus continues to spread, It increases the risk of infection, Uhlfelder said.
But Floridans are still banned from carrying towels or chairs on the beach, and they have very limited time at sea.
Uhlfelder’s beach trip quickly went viral online. One Twitter user wrote: “When you turn on the TV and see Death live on a beach in Florida, you know it’s 2020. “
Generally, don’t hand over your microphone… Unless he’s dead.
It was a great day, @DWUlfederLaw not all heroes wear black, worn-out cloaks, but some heroes will. #死神
Stay at home, Florida.
In addition, Uhlfelder started a website called Florida Grim Reaper Tour and tried to raise $20,000 to support the Democratic race for Congress.