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Hello! Here are this week’s water quality test results.🏊🏽‍♀️ 🏊‍♂️ BACTERIA MONITORING UPDATE: Most sites passed on the Choptank just in time for holiday weekend! Note that elevated levels of bacteria were found at Crouse Mill Park in Denton and at Bellevue Beach..Have a safe 4th of July and visit theswimguide.org for more information about #swimmableshorerivers

✅Sailwinds Park Beach – PASS
✅Hambrooks Bay Beach – PASS
✅Bill Burton Beach – PASS
⚠️Denton – FAIL
✅The Strand, Oxford – PASS
⚠️Bellevue Beach – FAIL

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⚠️ Bacteria levels can change, particularly as a result of significant rain events, and so it’s advised by the State of MD that swimmers stay out of the water for up to 24-48 hours after a significant rain event, as defined as greater than 1" of rain within a 24 hour period.

⚠️ Swimmers should never swim in the river with open wounds or cuts.

⚠️ Swimmers should always wash off after swimming in the river.

⚠️ There are inherent risks associated with open water swimming beyond high bacteria levels. Swimmers and beach-goers should be advised to obey signs and laws wherever they plan to recreate in the water.

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