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Swimming is still banned at 7 recreation zones of Mogilev region

As of July 31, swimming is still banned at 7 recreation zones of Mogilev region. The bans have resulted from unsatisfactory water samples, a source at Mogilev region centre of hygiene, epidemiology and public health informed.

Mogilev region bans swimming in two public recreation zones

Mogilev region has banned swimming in two public recreation zones. The information is provided by the Republican centre for hygiene, epidemiology and public health.

The ban refers to areas by Dribinsky pond (Dribin) and Grebenevskoye lake (Mogilev). Besides, there is an instruction to limit children’s swimming on the town beach of the Dnepr River (“Zhilkomhoz”, Shklov).

9 prohibiting swimming prescriptions in Mogilev region

9 prohibiting swimming prescriptions are still in force in Mogilev region. This week prohibited swimming in the villages of Duzhki and Krasulino (Gorki district). The reason is the quality of water that does not correspond to sanitary and chemical requirements.

Swimming banned in four place of recreation of Mogilev region

According to the instruction of the state sanitary office, swimming has been banned in four place of recreation of Mogilev region – Dribinski pond (Dribin district), town bathing beach in Gorki street (Klimovichi district), the bathing beaches at Svisloch children's sanatorium (Svisloch village), and Grebenevo water reserve (Mogilev).

Swimming banned in three place of recreation of Mogilev region

Swimming has been banned in three place of recreation of Mogilev region – “Forshtadt” beach №3 in Bobruisk, town beaches in Shklov and Klimovichi. “252 water samples were collected within a week, and 12 of them didn’t comply with the norms”, - the source in the regional center of hygiene, epidemiology and health protection informed.

Five people drowned in Mogilev region last week

A ten-year-boy body was found in the lake near Lenin village of Bobruisk district. According to eyewitnesses account, two boys launched a hand-made raft; suddenly one of them slipped and fell down into the water. Unfortunately, he wasn’t rescued.

Mogilev region to postpone its mass swimming season till June

Mogilev region postponed its mass swimming season till June. Bobruisk closed its Forshtadt beach because of the water does not correspond to microbiological norms. According to epidemiologists, most regional beaches are not ready for a swimming season. Neither Mogilev nor Bobruisk signed passports of having got the beaches ready for a swimming season.

Swimming is banned at 4 Mogilev region’s public leisure areas

Swimming is banned at 4 public leisure areas of Mogilev region. By August, 16 the list of areas included the beach on the Dnepr River in Shklov, the leisure area of Lenin Sanatorium in Bobrusik, beaches №№1, 2 in Bobruisk. Dina Ermolenko says that water samples taken in these areas do not correspond to the standards microbiologically.

A five-year old child drowned in Kostyukovichi district

A five-year old child drowned in Kostyukovichi district. The information is provided by the Mogilev regional organization of the Belarusian Republican Water Rescue Society (OSVOD).

4 drowned in Mogilev region last week

4 people drowned in Mogilev region last week, specialists of Mogilev regional OSVOD informed.
In July 19 people from Mogilev region drowned, while there were 28 drowned in the respective period of the previous year.

Mogilev beach on the Dnieper river: swimming and bathing banned

Since today swimming and bathing in the Dnieper river in Mogilev is banned. Local epidemiologists have registered water quality deterioration; that have happened due to the weather conditions: heavy rains have caused dumping of storm overflows into the river.

Much attention is paid to monitoring condition of Mogilev beaches, but it leaves much to be desired, specialists say

Though beautification and improvement of city beaches is a real hassle, it’s a must. It provides both comfortable rest and attractive image of the city.

By June, 1 Mogilev region’s beaches to open for swimming

By June, 1 Mogilev region’s beaches will open for swimming. At the moment 64 beaches of the region are being cleaned and beautified. The Dnieper, the Sozh and the Berezina are still flooding which makes it impossible to clean the rivers.

Sanitary-and-epidemiologic conditions suspended exploitation of some recreation zones in Mogilev region

Sanitary-and-epidemiologic conditions suspended exploitation of some recreation zones in Mogilev region. The information is provided by The Mogilev Regional Centre of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health.

August, 4 the following recreation areas are suspended:

• the recreation zone by the River of Dolzhanka, Dolgoye village, Klichev district;

Mogilev region’s summer 2011: over 40 people drowned

Last week end registered 3 young people drowned. This summer 41 people died in the waters of Mogilev region. Blood tests of 32 of the drowned men proved to be containing alcohol.

A thirty-year old man drowned in the Dnieper River. His girl-friend was not able to show the place of their rest. Two more persons of the same age drowned in Dribin and Gorki districts.

15 people sank in rivers and lakes of Mogilev region during last week

15 people sank in rivers and lakes of Mogilev region during last week, - the correspondent of the site was told by a specialist of Mogilev region organisation of water rescues Andrei Kuntsevich. A half of them were drunk.

32 beaches in Mogilev this summer

May, 15 opened a swimming season. According to Petr Alekseichikov , the deputy director of “Mogilevzelenstroi” Company, this year the Svyatoe Lake beach is supplied with 60 beachbeds, 10 cloakrooms, 15 benches, 7 sun protecting roofs, 6 fountains with drinking water, two volleyball grounds, 2 parking plots, 27 rubbish buckets, 14 rubbish containers.

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