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Harrison Hot Springs closes rec areas, public washrooms

COVID-19 concerns cited

The Village of Harrison Hot Springs announced the closure of all playgrounds, recreational equipment areas, Rendall Park washrooms and Beach washrooms to help halt the spread of the novel coronavirus.

“These closures are necessary to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and safety of the public,” the Village said in a statement issued on Thursday, March 19. “Thank you for your cooperation.”

Parks will remain open at this time.

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