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All 44 beaches listed in advisory due to large rainfall

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The Guam Environmental Protection Agency has announced that the Weekly Beach Advisory Report includes all 44 beaches due to the large amount of rain received. Residents are encouraged to find other activities to do this weekend, and avoid swimming and fishing at the beach and playing or walking in standing water, which can contain high traces of bacteria and cause illnesses such as sore throats and diarrhea.

Play it safe and stay dry, Guam!

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