yes, germs can live on a public swimming pool. why? because a public swimming pool is used by the public and people have germs on their body and when they get in the swimming pool, the germs on their body will be transfered to the water on the pool, and germs will spread in the water and people will also get germs. after having a swimming on a public swimming pool, you need to take an immediate bath so that germs will be killed.
You will not get chlamydia from a public toilet or swimming pool.
It is necessary because the chlorine kills all of the germs that enter the swimming pool.
A local public swimming pool can be found by dialing 411 on a phone and asking the operator for a public swimming pool. Additionally, many public swimmings pools are listed in phonebooks and online.
Well, i gues that depends on where you live. In general, a good public swimming pool is one that is relativly cheap and has few small children
A few public swimming pool that are located in Toronto include Ponds in the City, Thornhill outdoor swimming pool, Thornlea Pool and the Toronto Hilton pool.
Public Swimming Pool is important to a community because not all houses in a certain community have a swimming pool. Building own swimming pool is too costly and it needs maintenance. Public swimming pools give opportunities to those who want to practice their swimming skills and ability.
A place in public where there is a pool. lots of crowds. and bikinis. :)
There are always some germs in any swimming pool That is why they have disinfectants in them, Salt water pools have chlorinaters that produce chlorine. chlorine is a powerful oxidant that kill most germs and makes pool water safe to swim in.
NO BED BUGS CAN,T LIVE IN A SWIMMING POOL because they are bed bugs not pool bugs.
Chlorine is a kind of salt, it is added to swimming pool waters to kill all the germs that come from other people's bodies or businesses.
Nothing, probably take some germs away but that's it.
It really depends. If you just normally swim then you won't spread germs but if you cough or sneeze in the pool then you would
Yes, you can go swimming in a public pool or lake if you have cellulitis. But it is even better for your cellulitis if you go swimming in the ocean, because the salt helps to disinfect the cellulitis which is caused by a skin infection.
According to USA Swimming and the National Swimming Pool Foundation there are 10 million Swimming Pools in the United States, with 360,000 Public Pools that stay open all year.
To avoid passing your germs to another refrain from using the pool while your are contaminated. Common sense!
It depends on the size of the pool.
The size of a public swimming pool can vary. It usually tends to be about 25 metres long but some times they can be 50 metres long and on rare occasions they can be longer or smaller.
The width of a high school swimming pool is 25 meters. Short course pools are more common at highs schools and public swimming locations.
The water should contain chlorine in order to kill germs. You won't know who or what might land in your pool.
Most likely is a sensitivity to the pool chemicals. Public pools keep the antibacterial levels quite a bit higher than a private pool, usually with chlorine. It will help to use skin cream after swimming.
If you shallow to much water or the water has certin germs able to infect