Popular Dublin swimming spots issued with prohibition notices due to bacteria outbreak

High levels of enterococci and E. Coli have been recorded in the waters

High levels of bacteria have seen prohibition notices issued at a number popular south Dublin swimming spots.

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has put the temporary no bathing warnings in place at Killiney, Seapoint and Blackrock.

The prohibition notices are in place until July 3 due to high levels of Enterococci and E. Coli in the water.

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council posted online: "Please be advised that the quality of the bathing water at Killiney, Seapoint and Blackrock show a high level of Enterococci and E. Coli.

"A Temporary Prohibition Notice, advising against swimming is in place until Monday July 3."

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