'Do Not Swim' notice extended at Loughshinny Beach

The likely cause of the deterioration in the water quality is undetermined

Fingal County Council has extended a 'Do Not Swim' notice at Loughshinny beach - informed dublinlive.

The notice was extended for a further three days after test results showed unacceptable levels of contamination.

The likely cause of the deterioration in the water quality is undetermined and investigations are ongoing.

The Health Safety Executive continues to advise that swimming at Loughshinny beach be prohibited until levels return to normal.

The beach remains open but beach users are asked to respect the temporary ‘Do Not Swim’ notice as it has been put in place to ensure that the health of bathers is not compromised.

Meanwhile, a temporary 'Do Not Swim' notice at Rush South Beach has been lifted.

Test results determined that the water quality was 'excellent'.

Read also other news of the city site of Dublin.

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