No Swimming Advisory
Water tests have come back exceeding quality specifications for Enteric bacteria and the Florida Department of Health decided the advisory was no longer necessary.
A no swimming advisory has issued for the North Shores Beach area of Miami Beach. Two consecutive water samples taken from the waters off 73rd Street and Collins Avenue showed higher than acceptable levels of enterococci.
A no swimming advisory for the waters off Sunny Isles Beach has been posted by the state’s health department.
It’s safe to go back in the water at Dog Beach on Virginia Key, according to the Florida Department of Health.
Health officials are asking people to stay out of the water in certain areas of Virginia Key after high levels of bacteria were found.
The last of the three swimming advisories for the Miami-Dade beach areas were lifted Friday.
Swimming advisories have been lifted for two out of three Miami-Dade beach areas, but a third advisory remains in effect.
Swimming advisories have been posted for three beach areas in Miami-Dade County after test results showed bacteria levels were above acceptable levels.