BFAR lifts red tide warning in parts of Leyte, Negros Oriental
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The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) announced that areas in Leyte and Negros Oriental are officially free from red tide contamination. BFAR said in its 19th bulletin that shellfish harvested in Cancabato Bay, Leyte and Tambobo Bay, Negros Oriental are safe for human consumption following results of water testing in these areas. However, BFAR said the areas of Milagros, Masbate; Sorsogon Bay, Sorsogon; Dumanquillas Bay, Zamboanga del Sur; and Murcielagos Bay, Misamis Occidental have recently tested positive for red tide or paralytic shellfish poison.
Ochave, R. M. D. (2021, June 28). BFAR lifts red tide warning in parts of Leyte, Negros Oriental. BusinessWorld, p. S1/10.
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