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Read This Before You Go to a Swimming Pool

Experts say there’s no evidence that the coronavirus is spread through the water, but that doesn’t mean a pool day is risk-free

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In many areas of the country, communities are reopening public pools. “This has been a record-breaking summer for heat, and since many people have been cooped up in their homes…




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