It’s safe to swim at Oleta River State Park again. A swimming ban issued last week for the surrounding waters has been lifted.
Florida officials issued and alert Tuesday for those headed to the water in North Miami Beach.
The all clear for swimming has been given to a popular stretch of a Broward beach.
Health authorities and the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department have issued a swim advisory for a section of the Inter-coastal waterway and Biscayne Bay.
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.
There’s a water warning in effect at several Broward County beaches.
Swimming advisories have been posted for three beach areas in Miami-Dade County after test results showed bacteria levels were above acceptable levels.
Health officials in Hollywood have declared a canal safe several weeks after a main break polluted the water with raw sewage.
Health officials lifted two swimming advisories in certain areas of Biscayne Bay after test results from the affected waters proved “normal.”