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The region’s health unit has issued another swimming advisory.
Officials with the Thunder Bay District Health Unit have issued a swimming advisory for the main beach at Boulevard Lake, which has been red-flagged as having high levels of E. coli bacteria.
The main beach at Chippewa Park also remains under a swimming advisory.
The warnings from the Health Unit do not mean that the beach are closed, nor are they put in place to stop people from swimming. The advisories are meant to inform swimmers and residents about the E. coli levels.
High levels of E. coli bacteria can cause skin, eye, nose and throat infections as well as stomach problems.
The beach sampling will continue until late August.
Additional information on all swimming advisories is available on the Health Unit’s website.
(Thunder Bay Television)
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