What are the dangers of swimming at a polluted beach?

As reported in NJ.com on July 25, 2017.
“The Jersey Shore had a high number of beach closures and advisories Tuesday because of elevated bacteria levels following major storms over the past few days.
The state Department of Environmental Protection’s website lists three beach closures on the Toms River as well as water quality advisories at 31 ocean, bay or river beaches from Monmouth to Cape May counties because of high levels of enterococci. Please click here to read more.

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