Salem Leftists Bitch About “Frustrating” Crowds, Will “Restrict” Pedestrians

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Despite repeated requests for potential visitors to stay away from the city amid the coronavirus pandemic this year, the crowds keep coming to Salem in hopes of getting a little taste of Halloween in the holiday’s unofficial hometown.

Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll once again urged those considering a trip to Salem in October to wait until next year — or, at least, next month — as she announced restricted access to the Essex Street Pedestrian Mall starting this weekend.

The city will close the Peabody Essex Museum entrance to the mall and put barricades in place to help control crowds that she said become stagnant and don’t allow for social distancing. She added in a news conference Friday morning that there will be greater enforcement of the limit on lines waiting to get into restaurants.


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