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Hundreds of maskless revelers descend on Fire Island in New York for the July 4th beach party

Photos and videos of large crowds gathering on New York’s Fire Island on the weekend of July 4 draw the ire of hundreds on social media.

Police officers from Suffolk County were called to the beach in Fire Island Pines twice on Saturday because of reports of a large number of people not taking a distance or wearing face cover while partying in the sand.

Countless videos have since been shared on Twitter and Instagram documenting the disturbing scenes in the popular vacation spot, showing that cohorts of residents were close together without masks.

Suffolk County police said officers walked through the meeting and reminded people of social distance, but no quotes were provided.

One attendee, Corey Hannon, even bragged on social media that he recently contracted COVID-19, but after quarantining himself for only eight days, he decided to come to the beach party anyway.

Photos and videos of large crowds gathering at New York's popular holiday destination Fire Island during the weekend of July 4 draw hundreds of rage on social media

Photos and videos of large crowds gathering at New York’s popular holiday destination Fire Island during the weekend of July 4 draw hundreds of rage on social media

A contestant, Corey Hannon, even bragged on social media that he recently contracted COVID-19, but after quarantining himself for only eight days, he decided to come to the beach party regardless

A contestant, Corey Hannon, even bragged on social media that he recently contracted COVID-19, but after quarantining himself for only eight days, he decided to come to the beach party regardless

Corey Hannon

Corey Hannon

A contestant, Corey Hannon, even bragged on social media that he recently contracted COVID-19, but after quarantining himself for only eight days, he decided to come to the beach party regardless

In an since-deleted Instagram post, Hannon is heard in the video saying, ‘You know what, I had COVID. Everyone knows I had COVID, and you know what I did? I sat in my goddamn bedroom and quarantined myself for eight goddamn days. And suffered through COVID. And now I’m celebrating. So go fuck yourself. I hope you all get COVID, nasty, nasty trolls.

The 27-year-old New Yorker often described his alleged battle with the coronavirus on Facebook in the days before his trip to Fire Island.

On June 30, he wrote, “Random, but grateful! 11:18 am Day 7 and my body has decided it is done with COVID-10 [sic]. I wake up praying tomorrow with this good feeling and it is not just a tease. ‘

Three days later, on July 3, Hannon uploaded a list of supplies he was packing to take to Fire Island and wrote, “All ready to get the f *** out of town to Fired Island to f *** ed to celebrate one thing we call America. ‘

Just a day later, Hannon told Facebook that he was starting to feel sick again, saying, “F *** you, Miss Rona. I thought I was cured ‘, accompanied by several crying emojis. All messages have since been deleted.

Another of the party’s attendees, identified as Giancarlo Albanese, uploaded an image to his public Instagram page in honor of his apparent opposition to the state’s social distance guidelines.

F *** your mask. F *** your social distance. F *** your vaccine. “F *** e eugenics,” Albanian wrote. “Kiss my a ** hole if you think I’m an a **.”

In a statement to DailyMail.com on Sunday, Hannon apologized for his comments and actions, emphasizing that he would “never hurt anyone maliciously.”

Hannon during an apology video on Facebook

Hannon during an apology video on Facebook

In a statement to DailyMail.com on Sunday, Hannon apologized for his comments and actions, emphasizing that he would “never hurt anyone maliciously.”

Another of the party attendees, identified as Giancarlo Albanese, uploaded an image (above) to his public Instagram page to celebrate his apparent opposition to the state's social distance guidelines.

Another of the party attendees, identified as Giancarlo Albanese, uploaded an image (above) to his public Instagram page to celebrate his apparent opposition to the state's social distance guidelines.

Another of the party attendees, identified as Giancarlo Albanese, uploaded an image (above) to his public Instagram page to celebrate his apparent opposition to the state’s social distance guidelines.

The meeting Hannon attended was one of many on Fire Island reported on social media on Saturday. Other images showed dozens collected during what looked like a house party on the island on Saturday night.

The meeting Hannon attended was one of many on Fire Island reported on social media on Saturday. Other images showed dozens collected during what looked like a house party on the island on Saturday night.

House party from a different angle

House party from a different angle

The meeting Hannon attended was one of many on Fire Island reported on social media on Saturday. Other images showed dozens collected during what looked like a house party on the island on Saturday night.

While spending the early part of my homeless 2020 living in a beautiful apartment in Hells Kitchen now, I am not a privileged, arrogant, unskilled person. I am a very educated, humble, passionate person who made a bad choice and I am sorry for that. ‘

Hannon added that he had claimed to have had COVID-19 on social media because his doctor reportedly told him that he “most likely had it.”

“I chose to stay on the safe side and live and pretend I had it. When the symptoms disappeared so quickly, I started to think I might not. I made a mistake and now realize I should have stayed longer.

“I still don’t feel any symptoms and I haven’t been since last Wednesday. When I posted that I was not feeling well while on the beach it was not a COVID symptom. I just didn’t feel well from the heat. After it dried out severely from Covid mixed with 90 degrees of heat, it didn’t sit well, ”he continued.

The meeting Hannon attended was one of many on Fire Island reported on social media on Saturday. Other images showed dozens collected during what looked like a house party on the island on Saturday night.

In the image, shared by Vega on Facebook, none of the attendees wear masks and stood close together, even with their arms around each other.

Long Island, once considered a major hotspot for coronavirus, is currently in phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan, and county officials are currently preparing for phase 4 implementation on Wednesday.

State Governor Andrew Cuomo reminded local governments on Sunday to continue enforcing social distance rules.

At the end of this holiday weekend, I urge everyone to be New York Tough: wear a mask, socially aloof, use hand sanitizer and continue the smart practices that have made our state a national leader in the fray against this virus, ‘said Cuomo. “I also remind local authorities of their duty to uphold the standards they have imposed [New York’s] reopen safely and successfully. ‘

Unlike other major cities across America, New York City has seen an improvement in coronavirus rates in the past week.

Locals expressed their concerns and frustrations on Twitter that the Fire Island scenes could lead to a second wave of coronavirus.

‘Hey @NYGovCuomo, what about informing Fire Island that all these people have to be quarantined there for 2 days b4 they can come back 2 town because of their carelessness. #fireisland ‘, wrote Lucy Ortiz.

So, it would be AMAZING if all of you are in Fire Island to stay there for the next 14-21 days, get a COVID test, and quarantine as a responsible citizen after getting the results. You are responsible for your actions. Stay where you are, ”Adam Antium added.

Vinny Vega, a NY promoter and COVID survivor, also criticized Saturday’s Fire Island scenes.

“So many people refuse to get used to the ‘new normal’. Guess… everyone in this photo and everyone in this party… 2020 was a difficult year for the ENTIRE F *** ing PLANET, ”Vega shot.

Delusions, sociopathic mindsets in our current sociopolitical climate lead to a huge number of cases of Covid-19 / deaths. THIS IS NOT A JOKE: THIS IS SERIOUS. CARE MORE. ‘

Locals expressed their concerns and frustrations on Twitter that the Fire Island scenes could lead to a second wave of coronavirus.

Locals expressed their concerns and frustrations on Twitter that the Fire Island scenes could lead to a second wave of coronavirus.

Locals expressed their concerns and frustrations on Twitter that the Fire Island scenes could lead to a second wave of coronavirus.

No quotes were provided on Saturday's beach party, local police have said

No quotes were provided on Saturday's beach party, local police have said

No quotes were provided on Saturday’s beach party, local police have said

The United States dived under the 50,000 new cases of coronavirus for the first time in four days, but experts have said that celebrating Independence Day is likely to act as rocket fuel for the country’s emerging outbreak.

Johns Hopkins University, who confirmed the cases, had 45,300 new coronavirus infections in the US on Saturday.

The new count came after three days in which the daily count rose to 54,500 new cases.

The country reported fewer than 20,000 new infections a day until June 15.

However, experts warned that the lower figure on Saturday does not necessarily mean that the situation in the US is improving, as this could be due to reduced reporting on a national holiday. Even after the long weekend, they expect another peak.

The United States has the most infections and virus-related deaths in the world, with 2.8 million cases and nearly 130,000 deaths.

North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alaska, Missouri, Idaho, and Alabama all recorded new daily highlights on Friday, while Texas reached a new peak for hospital admissions.

Florida health officials said on Sunday that the state reached a grim milestone: more than 200,000 people tested positive for COVID-19.

State statistics show that about 10,000 new people have tested positive – a record new single-day high. More than 3,700 people died.

In the past two weeks, the moving average number of daily new cases in the state has increased by 5,323 – an increase of 184.1 percent.

About 43 percent of Florida cases are in three counties: Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach.

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