Multiple Toronto Beaches Are Unsafe To Swim In RN Due To High Levels Of E. Coli

Hold off on your beach day!

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Multiple Toronto Beaches Are Unsafe To Swim In RN Due To High ...

If you're planning a beach day this week you may want to avoid these three Toronto beaches.

The City of Toronto announced that three of its 11 supervised beaches are unsafe to swim at due to high E. coli levels in the water.

Cherry Beach, Marie Curtis Park East Beach and Sunnyside Beach all reported levels of over 100 in their waters.

Toronto Public Health also posts signs at the locations to warn against swimming when levels of E. coli reach 100 or above.

However, spots like Centre Island Beach and Ward's Island Beach are currently safe to take a dip in if you're looking to cool down.

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