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Jersey Shore town's beach badge sale draws hundreds ahead of reopening for Memorial Day weekend

FOXNews.com Sunday, 17 May 2020
Hundreds of people in New Jersey stood in line on Saturday to purchase seasonal beach badges on Saturday ahead of Memorial Day weekend after officials said that state beaches would reopen with certain restrictions to protect against the spread of coronavirus. 
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