Long Sands Beach in York. Credit: CBS 13 | WGME

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York beaches reopened Monday for “movement-only” activities.

That includes walking, running, fishing and surfing. Visitors will also have to stay six feet apart from others.

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The town said this soft reopening will allow them to see how well people follow the rules before summer begins.

Ogunquit’s Main and Footbridge beaches also reopened Monday for “movement-only” activities.

Only those with physical limitations are allowed to sit on the beach.