Public Health Advisory *Lifted*

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Tests on water samples taken Monday have confirmed that levels of E.coli at all public beaches tested have dropped to a level considered safe for swimming and in-water recreational activities.

Swimming lessons will be resume at B-Say-Tah beach on Thursday, July 17.

The public is urged to continue using caution at flooded beaches as physical hazards might be present. Also, flooding has resulted in debris in many lakes and rivers. Though the advisory is no longer in effect, people should consult a medical professional if they develop symptoms like vomiting, nausea, diarrhea or stomach cramps after recreational water activity. Health-related questions about water quality can be directed to HealthLine 811 or local health region public health offices at www.health.gov.sk.ca
The news release may be found here



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