Visitors will be cut off from High Park during cherry blossom season
Enforcing physical distancing would be next to impossible if park remained open
April 23, 2020 By The Globe & Mail
High Park in Toronto will soon be shut down to the public as cherry blossom season nears. Tens of thousands of people traditionally visit the park in late April to early May to view the park’s blossoming sakura trees, but that would make enforcement of physically distancing next to impossible.
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