IN PICTURES | EL beaches deserted on New Year's Day as cops enforce Covid-19 regulations

It was like a new year scene we have never experienced before as the usually packed East London beaches were deserted on  New Year's Day. Traffic officers and police controlled entry points into areas such as Quigney. Meanwhile the wildlife were more abundant than people at the East London Golf Club in Nahoon.

East London beaches were deserted on New Year's Day.
East London beaches were deserted on New Year's Day.
Image: MARK ANDREWS
East London beaches were deserted on New Year's Day.
East London beaches were deserted on New Year's Day.
Image: MARK ANDREWS
East London beaches were deserted on New Year's Day.
East London beaches were deserted on New Year's Day.
Image: MARK ANDREWS
Traffic officers and police controlled entry points into areas such as Quigney.
Traffic officers and police controlled entry points into areas such as Quigney.
Image: MARK ANDREWS
Traffic officers and police controlled entry points into areas such as Quigney.
Traffic officers and police controlled entry points into areas such as Quigney.
Image: MARK ANDREWS
Wildlife was more abundant than people at the East London Golf Club in Nahoon.
Wildlife was more abundant than people at the East London Golf Club in Nahoon.
Image: MARK ANDREWS

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