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Northwestern Health Unit Annual Infectious Disease Report 2014 Infectious Disease Trends in the NWHU, 2014 Table of Contents About the report … 19 Figure 18: Hepatitis C cases by month …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/healthstatistics/Documents/Annual infectious disease report 2014.pdf

The Northwestern Health Unit wishes to advise the public that West Beach in … July 20, 2016. Water testing has indicated that E.coli levels have returned to acceptable levels. Routine …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/MediaPressCentre/Media Releases/Public Service Announcement - Beach Reopen July 20 2016.pdf

Beach showed higher than acceptable levels of E.coli bacteria which can pose possible health risks …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/MediaPressCentre/Media Alerts/Public Service Announcement - Beach Closure July 29, 2016.pdf

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​In the event of a Canada Post Strike we recommend that clients keep their barcodes to use with … Water test results positive for E. coli or overgrown results will be sent to the submitter …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Notice-to-Residential-Drinking-Water-Clients.aspx

precaution due to possible elevated levels of E.coli bacteria which can pose possible health risks to …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/MediaPressCentre/Media Alerts/MEDIA ALERT - Beach Closure - Hannam Park Beach.pdf

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​Food-borne illness happens when someone eats food that is contaminated with germs (such as bacteria, viruses or parasites) or chemicals and become ill. The Public Health Agency … E. Coli
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Foodborne-Illness.aspx

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The health unit monitors and assesses over 28 public beaches across our region. In addition to public health assessments of each beach, health unit staff sample beach water quality …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Beach-Monitoring.aspx

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cause food-borne illness, such as Salmonella and E. coli multiply quickly in warm, moist conditions; … When you cook or eat outdoors, often there is limited access to the safety features …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Outdoor-Food-Safety.aspx

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If bacteria levels of E.coli are higher than the Ontario Guidelines for Water Quality, a … The beaches are tested for E.coli levels. E.coli are tiny bacteria that are present in water but …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Beach Water Sample Results and Closures.aspx

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​Water-borne illness can occur when someone drinks water that is contaminated with pathogens (such as bacteria, viruses or parasites) or chemicals and become ill. Water can become … E.coli
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Waterborne-Illness.aspx