Safe water practices in the back country, avoiding giardiasis and cryptosporidiosis Public Deposited

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  • Assume clear and cold streams, lakes, or springs are contaminated and treat appropriately before drinking from them. • Wash fruits and vegetables only in safe/treated water. • Use safe/treated water to make instant puddings, gelatin, and other uncooked foods. • Avoid using snow to make icy drinks or ice cream. • Brush teeth with safe/treated water.
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