A New York City park has created human 'parking spots' to help maintain social-distancing as the weather warms up
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- Domino Park in Brookyln, New York City, now has human "parking spots" to help people stay a safe distance from each other during the coronavirus pandemic.
- The CDC recommends people stay at least six feet apart while in public.
- The large white circles are spaced out on the grass and people have been seen exercising and lounging inside them while enjoying the waterfront view.
- Before the parking spots existed, Domino Park became overrun with visitors who wanted to enjoy the spring weather and get out of their homes.
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