- Do not swim if you have had diarrhoea in the past 14 days.
- Shower and wash thoroughly with soap before swimming, especially your bottom.
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap after using the toilet or changing nappies.
- Inform the lifeguard if you believe the pool water may have become contaminated.
- Inform the pool operator if you become ill after swimming in the pool.
- Avoid swallowing water while swimming.
Swimming - keeping the water clean
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