CDC: Fecal contamination in most pools, spas

CDC: Fecal contamination in most pools

  • “We should all check for inspection results online or on site before using public pools, hot tubs, or water playgrounds and do our own inspection before getting into the water,” Hlavsa said in a statement.
  • Serious health and safety violations force thousands of public pools, hot tubs and water playgrounds to close annually, according to a report in the Centers for Disease Control’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
  • Data was from 84,187 routine inspections of 48,632 public aquatic venues, including pools, hot tubs, water playgrounds and other places where people swim in treated water.

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LOS ANGELES ( CBSLA.com ) — Before heading out to your favorite pool or hot tub, make sure to check out its safety inspection report.


CDC: Fecal contamination in most pools, spas

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