Nitra mayor Marek Hattas and Nitra city spokesman Tomáš Holúbek invited people to the Nitra swimming pool at the beginning of the summer. After years of experience, many avoid it and go to nearby towns. “Those who haven’t been to the Nitrian swimming pool for years and curse it because of bad experiences from the past, we invite them to come here to swim and relax. And then judge. The recreation area under the castle has six pools, up to three thousand people can relax here at the same time. “From this summer, visitors will pay slightly more, but even so, swimming at the Summer Swimming Pool in Nitra is the cheapest in the wider area. An adult from Nitra will pay 3.50 euros and a visitor from outside Nitra will pay 4 euros,” wrote Holúbek recently on the social network. But despite the fact that the swimming pool is undergoing several changes, a very unpleasant incident happened recently. As the tvnoviny.sk portal informs, not only children but also excrement were swimming in the children’s pool. “In the meantime, some parts also got out. We went to inform the lifeguards what had happened. They were not willing, they dug in, made up things. So they removed them, they returned to their place. Within a minute or two, more pieces floated out,” she told the Mária portal , who also filmed the excrement hunt. archive video The water is satisfactory According to Holúbek, the case that happened in the children’s pool is rare, and the lifeguards clean and visually check the water every day. Even the Regional Office of Public Health in Nitra, which verifies water quality twice a month, does not see a problem with hygiene. Despite this, hygiene already closed the children’s pool once in July. WE ANNOUNCE THE VISITORS OF THE SWIMMING POOL THAT THE SMALLEST CHILDREN’S POOL IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED. WE ARE WORKING INTENSIVELY ON REMOVING THE DEFECT. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING. Posted by Kúpalisko Nitra on Wednesday, July 6, 2022 However, according to hygienists, it is not okay if there is excrement in the pool. However, since it is a children’s pool, such an “accident” is possible, according to them. The city agrees with this statement. However, this should not happen. “This is certainly not common and it is the duty of every operator to take preliminary measures to prevent such things from happening,” Ľudovít Lebó, second vice president of the Slovak Association of Aquaparks, Swimming Pools and Swimming Pools, told the portal.
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