Guy Plans To Travel Around Florida Beaches As The Grim Reaper (23 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       24 Apr 2020       2478       5

Some Floridians are worried that people going to beaches will spread the coronavirus even further

Others are glad that the beaches are reopening

Here’s what some people had to say about beaches reopening

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Lawyer Daniel Uhlfelder plans to dress up as the grim reaper, obviously inspired by New Zealand’s Swim Reaper

The lawyer plans to teach people about social distancing and is using the opportunity to raise funds for Democrats

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According to Uhlfelder, he already ordered the Grim Reaper clothing

Florida has more than 27.8k people infected with the coronavirus. More than 4.2k people are in hospital due to the disease while the virus has claimed the lives of more than 860 people. According to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, the state had “flattened the curve” and he claimed that they avoided what happened in New York City and Italy.

Meanwhile, the Swim Reaper who Uhlfelder was almost certainly inspired by has had huge positive effects in New Zealand. The confrontational Swim Reaper campaign that was launched in December 2016 used dark humor to make young males aware of the danger they’re in.

Kiwi men from 15 to 34 years old used to make up a third of all preventable drownings; now the numbers are lower, closer to a quarter.

The Swim Reaper has more than 443k followers on Instagram and warns people about things like riptides, how dangerous swimming near rocks really is, and how you should never, ever swim when drunk.

 

And here is the confrontational Swim Reaper who warns people in New Zealand about water safety

The Swim Reaper campaign has already had positive effects in New Zealand



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Evelyn 3 month s ago
Please disregard this BS. Sunlight's UV rays and humidity have both been shown to kill off this thing pretty easily actually. The beach is one the best places a person can be.
       
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Stronger 3 month s ago
Evelyn,Don't you mean 'the bleach'
       
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Vannie 3 month s ago
Evelyn,
Spoken like a true American, you do your President pround,

but for real, there is a higher risk of infection wherever many people gather at one place, the fact that uv light kills some viruses doesn't mean the beach is safe, please use your brain and inform yourself.
       
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Teeny 3 month s ago
Isn't this prick in the costume doing EXACTLY what he decries others of doing? Typical hypocritical democrat.
       
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Trained 3 month s ago
Florida isn’t exactly a hotspot - we do have a lot of elderly people that retire here so that did spike the numbers a bit. But the beach probably has the lowest probability of infection. People need to use their God given brain and not cower in fear - stop letting the media make it seem 1000x worse than it is.

Oh, and good luck to the fool wearing a black, head to toe outfit, to the beach in Florida. He has no idea what he’s in for lol.
       
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