Toxic bloom closes nine Mississippi beaches to water contact. Advisory also issued on seafood consumption in affected areas.        

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  • Toxic Algae Bloom Closes 25 Beaches On Mississippi's Coast, Fed By Fresh Floodwaters
    A bloom of toxic algae has forced Mississippi to close 25 beaches along its Gulf Coast. State environmental officials say people can still visit the sandy beaches — but they should avoid any contact ...
    07/9/2019 - 6:43 am | View Link
  • Toxic bacteria mean fewer people on Mississippi's beaches
    (AP) — Toxic bacteria are keeping swimmers out of the water on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and it will be weeks before financial ... Commonly known as blue-green algae, it can cause rashes, diarrhea ...
    07/8/2019 - 1:02 pm | View Link
  • All Mississippi Beaches Close Due To Toxic Algae Bloom
    All public beaches along Mississippi’s Gulf Coast have been ordered closed for ... Once the spillway closes, likely in mid-July, experts predict the algae bloom will dissipate. Workers open bays of ...
    07/8/2019 - 8:16 am | View Link
  • All of Mississippi's beaches have been closed for swimming due to toxic algae
    Every beach along Mississippi's Gulf Coast is closed for swimming as the entire shoreline is now under the same water warning tied to a blue-green algae bloom. CBS Biloxi affiliate WLOX-TV reported ...
    07/7/2019 - 8:33 am | View Link
  • 4 more Mississippi beaches closed due to toxic algae bloom
    4 more Mississippi ... algae bloom can cause rashes, stomach cramps, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting. Check out this story on ...
    07/3/2019 - 3:08 am | View Link
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