As an area outbreak of cryptosporidiosis linked to swimming pools continues to grow, health officials say people should avoid swallowing pool water and wash their hands frequently. Babies’ diapers should be changed in restrooms, rather than beside the pool. Children should receive frequent restroom breaks.
As an area outbreak of cryptosporidiosis linked to swimming pools continues to grow, health officials say people should avoid swallowing pool water and wash their hands frequently. Babies’ diapers should be changed in restrooms, rather than beside the pool. Children should receive frequent restroom breaks. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
As an area outbreak of cryptosporidiosis linked to swimming pools continues to grow, health officials say people should avoid swallowing pool water and wash their hands frequently. Babies’ diapers should be changed in restrooms, rather than beside the pool. Children should receive frequent restroom breaks. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

More cases of cryptosporidiosis are linked to Johnson County and Northland swimming pools

September 04, 2015 02:00 PM