I completely understand. We should be in DL Paris right now with a tour of Italy next week. We were supposed to go to DC for Spring Break, WDW for Memorial Day - lots of cancellations ahead as well. I grew up in upstate NY so I understand wanting to get down to the beaches here in FL (lived here in FL for past 25 years) but you are right - try your best to remind yourself we all have lots of travel ahead. I know it is hard.We are very disappointed....we live in NY (upstate) and had reservations to go to Vero the week before labor day. This would have been our 6th trip to Vero, it has become our family's tradition. Well, first FL had the quarantine rules for visitors from NY so we were unsure how we would manage that. Then NY make quarantine rules for anyone coming from (returning from) FL. This is a problem because my daughter start school right when we get back and I also have to start classes (college professor) right when we get back. I looked at moving our trip up so that we can come home and quarantine, but in the end quarantine is a big pain. We have to order our groceries or have someone do our shopping for us. Given that NY has been in some sort of shut down since March 13th, we just don't want to deal with a quarantine. Alas, we will have to skip this year. We keep telling ourselves that Vero isn't going anywhere and we have years of vacations ahead, but it is just a disappointment to lose a vacation (we have had 2 other trips cancelled on us because of Covid, one to Montreal for a formula 1 race and one to London for Thanksgiving this year).
You do not have to wear them on the beach or inside the fenced in area of the pool.My husband and I will arrive at Vero Beach on the 12th and can't wait to be back there. We will wear our masks like they ask, but I was wondering if they are making you wear them on the beach. We have our own chairs and umbrella and will make sure we set up far away from others. I just don't think I could bear to wear it on the beach.