If you're out for a stroll in the Vaughan area, you're going to want to stay on high alert.\nPheasant Hollow Park near Toronto has been the location of three separate coyote attacks in the past three days, says York Region Public Health.*\nEveryone bitten is in non-life-threatening condition and is recovering at home after getting their rabies vaccines. \nEditor's Choice: COVID-19 Cases In Canada: Canada Reported Its Biggest Single-Day Case Jump Ever\n\n\n“\n\n\nRemember, if you encounter a coyote, keep your distance and keep pets on a leash. \n\n\nCity of Vaughan\n\n\n\nThe attacks took place between Thursday, October 15, and Saturday, October 17.\nThere have also been sightings in Agostino Park in Vaughan.\nIf you encounter a coyote, the City of Vaughan says you should shout loudly, wave your arms high in the air, and back away slowly while remaining calm.\nNever turn your back or run away during an encounter.\nAccording to York Region Public Health, it is imperative to stay far away from coyotes and other wildlife to avoid contracting rabies, which can be fatal.*\n\n* This article has been updated.