字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント here in Newport Beach, California The beach is open, but many beaches in the state have been closed for weeks, with record high temperatures today lasting through the weekend. Local officials are worried that people who've been hunkered down for weeks will overwhelm the beaches up and down the coast, creating chaos and the worry of spreading the virus in the days ahead. I think we're kind of at the point where everybody's kind of tired of being in their houses, so it's hard to tell them not to come to the beaches. Some businesses are rebelling against their states orders because they say they have no other choice, like Shelley Luther, who we told you about yesterday. She defied her state stay at home orders when she opened up her Dallas along today. The cops were here this morning and they gave me a case number, Um, but said that there was nothing I was doing criminally wrong so they could not do anything. Dr. Richard Besser is the CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, former acting director of the CDC. One of my big fears is that if we open the economy too fast, if we're not doing it carefully, slowly. Based on the best science, we're gonna see big spikes and disease and will be in a worse position than we are right now. All right?