Rosarito Beaches reopen after closure due to sewage spill


Since Sunday you can access the beach, although they have not released the results of the water quality.

After being closed for several days due to a spill of sewage that contaminated the sea, Playas de Rosarito again opened its access for people and resumed its activities.

Although the mayor of the municipality Araceli Brown reported on Sunday afternoon that the entrance to these spaces is officially allowed, she did not release the results of the water quality tests.

The closure of the beaches was derived from an electrical failure in the wastewater treatment plant located in the Leyes de Reforma neighborhood, so it was said that the beaches would remain closed for at least two weeks.

Street vendors and horse renters returned to the shores awaiting visitors


Baja California Post