Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- Three beach advisories have been removed from the Minnesota Health Department's beach advisory list after E. coli levels in the water went back to normal levels.
Advisories have been removed at the Grand Marais Campground Beach, Burlington Bay Beach in Two Harbors and Lester River Beach in Duluth.
A beach advisory remains for the Agate Bay Beach in Two Harbors due to elevated E. coli levels that may indicated the presence of fecal contamination. This beach is scheduled to be tested again later today.
If you become sick after coming into contact with water at a beach, you are asked to call the Minnesota Health Department.
Posted to the web by Krista Burns