Not Social Distancing? In A NJ City, The Drones Are Watching
We've seen the stories lately of gatherings being broken up for being in violation of New Jersey's social distancing orders during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Today, a Garden State city has announced that they'll have eyes in the sky and violators will know it if they get spotted.
NJ.com reports that police in Elizabeth plan to deploy drones to keep an eye out for gatherings. If people are spotted grouping up, a recorded message will come from above to try to disperse the crowd.
The department posted a video demonstrating one of the quadcopters in flight, siren blaring:
You can read more about the Elizabeth, NJ drone program by clicking here for the NJ.com article.