Residents of Milwaukee staging a dinosaur parade because they are bored of sitting at home in quarantine
While all cities and states in the U.S. are choking on the effects of the coronavirus epidemic and numerous government bans and restrictions, residents of Milwaukee decided to dilute the oppressive atmosphere with a parade where all participants put on inflatable dinosaur costumes, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Bay View neighbors organize a social distance dinosaur parade
Yes, these dinosaurs are practicing social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. Read our daily coronavirus updates here: bit.ly/coronavirusmarch23Gepostet von Milwaukee Journal Sentinel am Montag, 23. März 2020
The event took place around the block on South Pine Avenue on Sunday. Residents of the Bay View were obviously just tired of the panic and decided to take a break between the constantly deteriorating situation in the country.
According to the participants in the parade, all safety precautions were preserved. Some dinosaurs took roulettes to measure distances to observers and limit contacts. The costume design also resembles a hazmat suit in order to avoid coronavirus infection.
Locals rated the event properly. Many brought children, took photos and laughed.
Image: screenshot from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel