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FDOH Lee Rescinds Red Tide Cautionary Notice for South Seas Plantation Beach

October 11, 2021



Tammy Soliz, Public Information Officer




Cautionary Notice Rescinded for  

South Seas Plantation Beach 

Lee County, Fla. - The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) website reports
Red Tide is not present or at background levels near South Seas Plantation Beach, therefore the Florida Department of Health in Lee County (DOH-Lee) is rescinding the Cautionary Notice for the red tide bloom near South Seas Plantation Beach.

Florida Poison Control Centers have a toll-free 24/7 Hotline for reporting of illnesses, including
health effects from exposure to red tide at 1-800-222-1222.

Additional information on the locations where red tide has been found can on the Florida Fish and Wildlife Research website. 

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