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IPFS News Link • Vacation/Staycation

Party like it's 2019!


Dubbed as 'Spring Break Central,' Fort Lauderdale officials said at a news conference on Friday that they expect to reach unprecedented levels of visitors since the COVID-19 pandemic 

Many popular vacation spots, including Fort Lauderdale, are putting safety measures into place before the expected influx of spring breakers from all across the country this week-end

Fort Lauderdale Police Maj. Bill Schultz said that the city is already welcoming a good amount of 'early birds' as the first official week of Spring Break kicked off this week

Many spring breakers will be receiving welcome letters from city officials and police upon checking in hotels in the area, reminding them the rules and regulations

Some new rules this year include: no coolers, tents, or any other kind of folding furniture that can go into sand

Live and amplified music is also not allowed while underage drinking, as well as public intoxication on the beach and sidewalks will be prohibited