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Public warned not to swim at Qui-Si-Sana

The Directorate for Environmental Health within the Superintendency of Public Health would like to inform the public that as a precaution and until another notice is issued, it is not recommended to swim at Qui-Si-Sana because the sea water and rocks have been discolored from an unidentified source.

Signs have been put up indicting that the area has been closed for swimming.

For more information on the quality of seawater, the public is asked to phone the Health Inspectorate on 2133 7333 from 8am to 2.30pm or send an email to [email protected] .

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