Milwaukee County residents work to enjoy 'unusual' holiday weekend amid COVID-19

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Published on July 6, 2020 - Duration: 01:32s

Milwaukee County residents work to enjoy 'unusual' holiday weekend amid COVID-19

A holiday weekend like no other.

Saturday, the sun was out in Southeastern Wisconsin as people found new, safe ways to enjoy the day with loved ones during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Milwaukee County residents work to enjoy 'unusual' holiday weekend amid COVID-19

WELCOME TO TMJ4 NEWS AT 5 --I'M TOM DURIAN - KATIECROWTHER IS OFF TODAY.COVID 19HAS MADE THIS A HOLIDAYWEEKEND - LIKE NO OTHER.TODAY, CORONAVIRUS CONCERNSFORCED PEOPLE TO FIND NEW WAYSTO ENJOY FAMILY AND FELLOWSHIP.HERE'S TONY ATKINS."From the beach to thebaseball diamond, peopleacross Southeastern Wisconsinwanted to make sure they couldenjoy the Fourth of Julyweekend safely." "One, two,three.

Play ball!" THE SIGHTSAND SOUNDS OF BASEBALL ON THEFOURTH OF JULY.

"I'm actuallysurprise this was happening.But hey, we gotta take what wecould get." A REDUCED CROWD --MADE THEIR WAY INSIDE FRANKLINFIELD FOR JUST THE SECOND TIMESINCE MARCH TO ROOT FOR THEMILWAUKEE MILKMEN JUST A PEICEOF TRADITION FOR BRANDONRIND-FLIESH.

- "There's nofireworks.

There's no parades.This is the most Americanthing I can do.

Going to abaseball game on the Fourth ofJuly."IN MILWAUKEE, JULIANUGARTE IS ENJOYING THE HOLIDAYWITH FAMILY ALONG THE BEACH."I'm actually surprised.

Idon't see anybody with amask." WITH THE PANDEMIC -JULIAN SAYS THERE ARE STILLWAYS TO ENJOY THE BEACH."Ireally enjoy it here.

Justlooking to get away to protectmyself and my family." "Andwhile there aren't as manypeople filling the seats, thepeople I spoke with saythey're going to enjoy thisday and weekend the best waythey can.

Reporting inFranklin, Tony Atkins, TMJ4NEWS.

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