COVID-19 information signs vandalised and ripped up in Denia

todayJuly 14, 2020

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COVID-19 information signs have been vandalised and destroyed on Denia’s touristic beaches, the Ayuntamiento has revealed.

Signs warning beachgoers about beach limits and social distancing measures have been spray-painted and even completely ripped up.

Denia’s Ayuntamiento released the images via its Facebook page.

A statement read: “Where some only see the possibility to muck about, others try to help the public have the best beach experience – including, at present, safety measures to be able to enjoy the seaside while protected against COVID-19.”

The Ayuntamiento had also launched a WhatsApp service to inform all visitors when particular beaches fill up, or weather warnings issued.

Text ‘ALTA’ to +34 689657638 to sign up to the service.

Written by: BayRadio News

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