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George Rqhr Koutsoulis

Senior Public Health Inspector

Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

HQ Phone:  (306) 766-3400

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Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

Regina General Hospital 1440 - 14Th Avenue

Regina, Saskatchewan,S4P 0W5

Canada

Company Description

Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region provides tertiary care to residents of Saskatchewan in two provincial hospitals - the Regina General Hospital and the Pasqua Hospital. Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region offers a full range of hospital, rehabilitation, community ...more

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www.whitewoodherald.sk.ca

But according to Public Health Inspector George Koutsoulis of the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region (RQHR), people are now being asked to refrain from using the water at all."We have decided to make the spring well a non potable (unsafe) well," said Koutsoulis.The water could be good this week and bad the next," said Koutsoulis.Koutsoulis does want to stress to the public that the discovery of the E. coli strand is not a pandemic and that there are numerous types of the strand.He says that typically people associate the bacteria with the strain found in animals or birds, which can be deadly, instead of with the strain that is found naturally in the human intestines."This is one water sample which the results could be factual or they could be a mistake," said Koutsoulis.


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George Koutsoulis, Communicable Disease Public Health Inspector, RQHR


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But according to Public Health Inspector George Koutsoulis of the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region (RQHR), people are now being asked to refrain from using the water at all.
"We have decided to make the spring well a non potable (unsafe) well," said Koutsoulis. The water could be good this week and bad the next," said Koutsoulis. Koutsoulis does want to stress to the public that the discovery of the E. coli strand is not a pandemic and that there are numerous types of the strand. He says that typically people associate the bacteria with the strain found in animals or birds, which can be deadly, instead of with the strain that is found naturally in the human intestines. "This is one water sample which the results could be factual or they could be a mistake," said Koutsoulis.


www.regina.ca

George KoutsoulisCommunicable Disease/ EducatorPublic Health Inspector


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