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Noon hour on August 23, 2014 at Main Beach, Port Stanley

It has become rare these days to see Port Stanley's Main Beach posted as unsuitable for swimming as a result of high levels of bacterial contamination, but it was posted on August 22, 2014 and Port Stanley's Little Beach has been posted this way since August 15, 2014.

This does not mean you cannot go in the water, it is simply an advisory against going in the water. At noon today, August 23, 2014, Main Beach was sparsely populated and no one was in the water.

Please note that rough water or heavy rains can result in high levels of bacteria at any time during the week. At high levels, these bacteria can cause intestinal illness or infections of the eye, ears, nose or throat. The public is advised to consider recent weather conditions when deciding on whether or not to go swimming.

The beach posting message will be updated on Friday August 29, 2014 at: http://www.elginhealth.on.ca


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