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17 beaches unsafe this holiday weekend

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - If you plan to hit the beaches this weekend, keep in mind that the Guam Environmental Protection Agency has deemed several following beaches as polluted. Of the 44 beaches sampled each week, 17 were found to be too dangerous for public use.

Among the notable locations are East Hagatna Bay, Alupang Towers Beach, Adelup Beach Park, Asan Bay Beach, Piti Bay, Santos Memorial Park, Togcha Beach, Bangi Beach, Inarajan Pool and Pago Bay.

Swimming and fishing in these waters could cause serious illness such as sore throat and diarrhea.

Review the complete the list issued by the Guam EPA

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