MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Just in time for the weekend, we’ve got good news for those who may be planning to head to the beach in between this weekend’s showers.
A swim advisory for seven Miami-Dade beaches has been lifted so feel free to take a dip at:READ MORE: Florida Appeals Court Upholds Law On Local Gun Regulations
- Surfside at 93rd
- North shore at 73rd
- Collins park 21st street
- South Beach at Collins ave
- South Beach at South Pointe Drive
- Virginia Beach
- Key Biscayne’s Crandon beaches
The swim advisory went into effect earlier this week have tests found high bacteria levels. It was the result of stormwater runoff, pet waste, even people using the ocean as a bathroom.READ MORE: 'Help Is On The Way': Gov. Ron DeSantis Files Lawsuit Against Feds, CDC To Reopen Cruise Ship Industry
We’ve had a lot of rain. The winds stir up the bottom.
People were urged to stay out of the water at those locations to avoid getting sick. Symptoms like vomiting, skin rashes, eye irritation and things of that nature.MORE NEWS: WATCH: Girl Challenges Pittsburgh Police Officer And Former Pitt Football Player To Race
For more information, please visit the Florida Healthy Beaches Program Website at http://www.flhealth.gov.