It is hot outside, and for many people living in towns and cities across America, that means it is time to hit the pool. However, many public pools are shutting down due to a lifeguard shortage in many parts of the country. A look at this unexpected impact of the coronavirus pandemic and interviews on the streets in Philadelphia, where almost a third of all public pools are shut down. Find out how this shortage is impacting communities there. Source by: Stringr

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