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The mayor’s office says the city has certified more than 200 lifeguards over the last two weeks after a lackluster start of the swimming season due to insufficient staffing.
The city Parks Department says it will not be hosting swim programs at outdoor pools this summer, including lap swim, senior swim and Learn to Swim.
Indoor pools will be allowed to reopen on September 30th at 33% capacity.
"There's going to be a lot of things to make sure we hold onto the progress we've made on health care, but it'll all be worth it, and it'll help our kids have a better summer."
Here, we've rounded up our favorite rooftop pools in the city.
THANK GOD.
If you're looking to lower your body temperature donning a designer swimsuit with a cocktail in hand, the city's fanciest private pools are the way to go.
A rooftop pool in Manhattan may seem like a dream come true, but it's actually a nightmare without end. Trust us.
The bad news is, it'll cost the city $1 million a week.
Goodness gracious, is it Labor Day weekend already?
Public pools are proof that The City Loves You.
The city needs to cough up $1.5 million to keep the pools open.
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