Govt: ‘No Evidence This Information Is Accurate’

June 12, 2021 | 2 Comments

Noting they “are aware of rumours circulating in the community about potentially dangerous bacteria in the water at Clearwater Beach,” Ministry of Health said “there is no evidence this information is accurate”

A spokesperson said, “We are aware of rumours circulating in the community about ‘potentially dangerous bacteria in the water at Clearwater Beach.’ There is no evidence this information is accurate.

“The Ministry of Health conducts a routine seawater sampling programme on all local beaches. The most recent samples taken from Clearwater North and Clearwater South, were on 7 June, 2021. There is no proof there is an issue with the bacteriological quality of the seawater at Clearwater. Meaning, the beach is safe.

“We will continue to monitor the quality of the water at Clearwater and all Bermuda beaches.”

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  1. I and I says:

    Lol !!!! Seems as if someone wanted the beach to themselves!!

  2. Bermewjan says:

    It’s true. Too many people developing rashes after swimming there. I know of a number of incidents. I’m surprised the government is try to quash the truth in this case. Not sure what they gain by doing so.

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