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KPRC Channel 2 news Jill.

KPRC Channel 2 news Jill.

Thank

Thank

you Monica.

you Monica.

>> Comes to your physical

>> Comes to your physical

health during this pandemic a

health during this pandemic a

stern message from Houston’s

stern message from Houston’s

mayor today exercising at a

mayor today exercising at a

distance is fine but playing

distance is fine but playing

group sports

group sports

is not.

is not.

>> Yes. The city is taking

>> Yes. The city is taking

additional steps to ensure that

additional steps to ensure that

people keep a safe distance

people keep a safe distance

from one another at

from one another at

local parks, see on roads

local parks, see on roads

continues our team coverage now

continues our team coverage now

she is live Kerr Park in North

she is live Kerr Park in North

Houston at sea on.

Houston at sea on.

>> And you start noticing the

>> And you start noticing the

basketball rim is missing from

basketball rim is missing from

the courts at the city parks,

the courts at the city parks,

the

the

mayor says he doesn’t want to

mayor says he doesn’t want to

do this. But he says he has to

do this. But he says he has to

if he wants to keep the parks

if he wants to keep the parks

open.

>> To meet the goal of

>> To meet the goal of

flattening the curve. Mayor

flattening the curve. Mayor

Sylvester Turner decided these

Sylvester Turner decided these

goals must

goals must

come down.

come down.

>> Hated to do it you know

>> Hated to do it you know

health first.

health first.

>> The mayor ordering Houston

>> The mayor ordering Houston

parks and Recreation to remove

or secure all 492 basketball

or secure all 492 basketball

goals in the city’s 142 parks

goals in the city’s 142 parks

citing a lack of social

citing a lack of social

distancing on the courts.

distancing on the courts.

>> What we found over the

>> What we found over the

weekend last weekend was a

weekend last weekend was a

sports congregation or that we

sports congregation or that we

had a.

had a.

Now people join together a

Now people join together a

basketball game ahead on

basketball game ahead on

spectators watching him play

spectators watching him play

basketball.

basketball.

>> Gets like 11 year-old

>> Gets like 11 year-old

Benjamin disappointed it really

Benjamin disappointed it really

should be no reason to take the

should be no reason to take the

best buy down the best ball go

best buy down the best ball go

down plea. I’m pretty sure is

down plea. I’m pretty sure is

probably about the coronavirus

probably about the coronavirus

it’s

it’s

about time.

about time.

>> to recall the who often sees

>> to recall the who often sees

crowds of people gathered at

crowds of people gathered at

this park behind her house

this park behind her house

applauds the move this.

applauds the move this.

>> Just too many kids

>> Just too many kids

out here.

out here.

>> They’re not staying away

>> They’re not staying away

from the playground area and

from the playground area and

that’s dangerous that they’re

that’s dangerous that they’re

spreading these germs that you

spreading these germs that you

got adults playing and the

got adults playing and the

basketball court. An adult

basketball court. An adult

should

should

know better. You hear the news

know better. You hear the news

you know better, it’s just

you know better, it’s just

common sense people you know

common sense people you know

protect yourself up staying

protect yourself up staying

home my kids are staying in our

home my kids are staying in our

middle circle here. You should

middle circle here. You should

too it’s safe for everybody.

>> The mayor says that Park

>> The mayor says that Park

monitors will make more routine

monitors will make more routine

stops around the area parks

stops around the area parks

reminding people about

reminding people about

social distancing. And

social distancing. And

following those rules also at

following those rules also at

Council today. They dipped into

Council today. They dipped into

their rainy-day fund pulling $5

their rainy-day fund pulling $5

million that will now be used

million that will now be used

exclusively for hoops net maker COVID-19

exclusively for COVID-19

purposes and we’re also

purposes and we’re also

announcing a lease agreement to

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