SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- San Diego County leaders announced Thursday that they will begin to allow passive activities at beaches beginning June 2.
According to the county, such activities that will be allowed include sunbathing and relaxing with towels and chairs.
Supervisor Greg Cox noted that activities like football and volleyball will not be allowed.
Parking lots and piers will also remain closed.
Cox added that sunbathing on the beach can only be done with household members. Face coverings will also be required.
“We’re taking this action as we continue to allow some semblance of reality to resume in San Diego," Cox said.
The changes won't take place until June 2 to allow coastal cities time to adjust to a full reopening, the county said.