Neshotah Beach in Two Rivers Closed due to High Levels of E.Coli

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A popular beach in Two Rivers has closed due to elevated levels of E-Coli.

Neshotah Beach will be closed until further notice due to those elevated levels. 

E-Coli bacteria can cause serious sickness in humans and animals, like bacterial sickness, viruses and worms. 

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources monitors and tests many Wisconsin beaches regularly.

To learn more about that process, what beaches are tested or to learn more about E-coli, click here.
 

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