MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Sharks! Yes, sharks were spotted near the shore on Wednesday afternoon in Miami Beach.
Images from Chopper 4 showed about a dozen or so sharks about 20 feet away from South Beach, near 6th Street.READ MORE: South Miami Children's Clinic Holds 'Second Dose' Event Focused On Communities In Need
There were beach umbrellas nearby, but there were no beachgoers in the water.
Sharks spotted close to shore:
Broward opened their beaches the day after Memorial Day.READ MORE: Miami-Dade Residents Gather To Protest Closure Of Matheson Hammock Park's West Entrance
On Miami-Dade beaches, while swimming and sunbathing are allowed, no groups of more than 10 people will be permitted.
Facial coverings must be worn when social distancing is not possible, except for members of the same household. Due to this restriction, all beachgoers must have facial coverings available and ready to use at all times. They must be able to show their mask if asked by the beach patrol or police.
Facial coverings must be worn in restrooms and when at concession stands. Restrooms will have dedicated attendants stationed outside. Access to restrooms will be limited to maintain social distancing. The restrooms will be cleaned every two to three hours.
Organized group activities for two or more, like volleyball, football, or soccer are not be allowed.
Picnic pavilions and playgrounds are off-limits and there can be no special events, including group picnics.
No dogs or pets will be allowed on the beach except on designated dog-friendly beaches. Dogs must be kept on a leash.MORE NEWS: Miami Dolphins Host 11th Annual Dolphins Challenge To Raise Funds For Cancer Research
Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 is asked not to go to the beaches or parks.