Brevard County Health Department Lifts Countywide Precautionary Swim Advisory

By  //  September 10, 2019

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advisory was posted on September 4 for all Brevard County public beaches

The Brevard County Health Department has lifted its countywide precautionary swim advisory for all public beaches after Hurricane Dorian.

BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Health Department has lifted its countywide precautionary swim advisory for all public beaches after Hurricane Dorian.

The Brevard County Health Department Environmental Health Services conducted saltwater beach water quality sampling for enteric bacteria through the Healthy Beaches Monitoring Program.

Based on the satisfactory microbial water quality test results, the Brevard County Health Department canceled the countywide precautionary swimming advisory that was posted on September 4 for all Brevard County public beaches.

CLICK HERE for the latest test results on all saltwater beaches in Brevard County or contact the Environmental Health Section of DOH-Brevard at 321-633-2100 or Brevard.EHS@flhealth.gov

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