E. coli bacteria invade the Seine River, and the French authorities issue clarifications and warnings E. coli bacteria invade the Seine River, and the French authorities issue clarifications and warnings

E. coli bacteria invade the Seine River, and the French authorities issue clarifications and warnings

E. coli bacteria invade the Seine River, and the French authorities issue clarifications and warnings

Less than a month before the start of the Paris Olympics, unsafe levels of E. coli bacteria have been found in the Seine River in Paris for the third week in a row, according to test results published Friday.

Test results on samples of water from the Seine River in Paris indicated pollution levels consistently higher than the safe rate.

The Olympics are expected to witness a swimming marathon and triathlon events in the river near the Alexander III Bridge.

Continuing rainfall has exacerbated the problem, as rainwater penetrates the sewage system, leading to the flow of fecal bacteria into the Seine, according to the report, which added that the flooding of the Yune River increased the flooding of the Seine.

Although pollution levels remain high, organizers are optimistic.

Water quality in rivers in major cities can be affected by many things, from pollution from chemical waste, and sometimes illegal boat traffic.

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