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Safety Rules at Public Bathing Beaches
In addition to observing the general safety rules, swimmers should also pay attention to the following rules :
Graphic: Do not jump from a beach raft or dive underneath. Do not jump from a beach raft or dive underneath. Graphic: Do not swim alone. Do not swim alone.
Graphic: Do not swim in the dark. Do not swim in the dark. Graphic: Stay out of water during thunderstorm. Stay out of water during thunderstorm.
    Graphic: Do not enter the water outside the lifeguard service hours. Do not enter the water outside the lifeguard service hours.
Graphic: Do not swim when a shark warning flag is hoisted. Do not enter the water when the red flag and the shark warning flag are hoisted. Graphic: Do not swim when a red flag is hoisted due to red tide. Do not enter the water when a red flag is hoisted due to red tide.
Graphic: Do not swim when a red flag is hoisted due to water pollution. Do not enter the water when a red flag is hoisted due to water pollution. Graphic: Do not swim when a red flag is hoisted due to big waves. Do not enter the water when a red flag is hoisted due to big waves.