A fake beach is a fake volleyball court, and it is everywhere in southern Brazil.
And it’s happening right now.
There are dozens of fake beach courts being constructed in cities like Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Salvador, but they all come in the same basic shape.
They are just big wooden, plastic containers filled with sand.
They look like a volleyball court and they’re often built by locals who have no experience in building such a structure.
The beach court is one of the many tricks the people of Brazil are playing with as they try to control a Zika virus outbreak that has already killed more than 6,000 people.
The Zika outbreak is spreading rapidly, and there are more than 7,000 suspected cases of the virus in Brazil.
The Zika virus is transmitted through close contact with the blood of infected mosquitoes.
A Zika infection results in severe pain, fever and weakness.
The most common symptoms of Zika are rash, joint pain, joint inflammation, muscle aches, joint swelling and joint pain.
A fake beach court with a fake court for a volleyball is seen at the Algarve Beach, a tourist spot in the northern city of Girona, in Girono state, on February 27, 2019.
The real beaches are the beaches of Portugal, which has recorded fewer than 5,000 confirmed cases of Zika.
Brazil has more than 4,000 beaches with about 5,500 in the country.
The beaches of Rio de Paulo, a Brazilian city of about 17 million, are in a state of emergency as Zika is ravaging the country, according to a report by the United Nations.
More than 50,000 pregnant women in Rio have contracted Zika.
In some areas, more than 90 percent of pregnant women have tested negative, the Associated Press reported.
The Algarpe Beach, an upscale resort in Rio, is one popular spot for visitors to Brazil.
In a statement, the resort said it was “committed to the protection of its residents and the safety of its guests” but said it would not be taking any measures to close beaches.
The fake beach will be erected at a beach that is near the Algalac beach, a popular spot in São João, the coastal state of Minas Gerais, about 100 kilometers (60 miles) from Rio.
The beach is the location of the popular beach volleyball tournament that is held at the beach.
The court will cost between 10,000 and 20,000 reais ($2,500 to $5,000), according to the Algemeiner newspaper.
The venue of the tournament will be built in the beach, and a construction crew will be paid at least 100 reais, the newspaper reported.
The Algaladis beach volleyball venue is seen in Sámbia, Brazil, January 11, 2020.
The construction crews of the Algáfina beach volleyball event will be provided with water, electricity and sewage service at the site.
The Algalado beach, which is the main beach in Sánchez de Santa Fe, in Rio de la Plata state, is the setting for the volleyball tournament.
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The venue is being constructed near the site of the famous Algagébé beach volleyball.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.