New York Park Paints ‘Social Distancing’ Circless On Grass A park in New York has painted circles onto its grass to help visitor stick to social distancing measures. Clever eh?
A park in New York has painted circles onto its grass to help visitor stick to social distancing measures
Domino Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is a popular spot for visitors and in an attempt to make sure people stay within six feet (1.8 m) of distance.
The staff painted some circles on the artificial grass, which means that people can sunbathe, read a book or have a little picnic away from other park users.
There are about 30 circles arranged in rows, each offering a space eight feet (2.4 m) in diameter.
Domino Park told Dezeen: “In total, it took a few cans of white chalk paint from the local paint store, “Two people and four hours to implement this strategic tactical urbanism.” Visitors started using them correctly almost immediately He added: “Domino Park continues to emphasize the importance of social distancing in its Instagram stories.”
The park has also put up signs to remind visitors of social distancing, as police patrol the area handing out masks to those not wearing them.
New York residents should wear masks while outside to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Friday that groups of up to 10 people can come together for ‘any purpose’. But added: “If you don’t have to be with a group of 10 people, don’t be with a group.” of 10 people, New York has been the hardest hit state by the pandemic.