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 Posted: Sat May 11th, 2019 11:16 pm
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For those that are considering raw oysters, read the link


https://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/article230274214.html


The problem is only going to get worse because of the rise in average water temps and all the oysters in the sea here are swimming in the same water so it is only a matter of time before all the oysters in the sea are contaminated.  Best to only eat well-cooked oysters and according to the articles, steaming isn't enough to kill the pathogens.

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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 02:18 am
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Thank you for this info...

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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 03:45 am
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the oysters came from an estuary on the pacific side!


 

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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 03:58 am
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News sources say Mulegé

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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 04:17 am
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The estuary is within the MUNICIPALITY of Mulege. It is a very large municipality that extend from the Sea of Cortez to the Pacific side of Baja.

I doubt this has much to do with ocean temps. The Pacific waters of the Mulege municipality are pretty cold waters, this time of year. According to tempbreak.com, the entire area is around 60 F right now. Not too warm for oysters at all.

It's probably pollution. Mexico is not a sanitary place, with regards to sewage treatment. Where is the sewage processing plant for San Carlos' effluents?

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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 05:38 am
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I think the sewerage processing is the streets of San Carlos.
Have seen many places where it is 6 inches deep and 20 ft wide.
But it is what it is.

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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 09:04 am
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Hook wrote: The estuary is within the MUNICIPALITY of Mulege. It is a very large municipality that extend from the Sea of Cortez to the Pacific side of Baja.
thank you hook! the FDA report states it closed the estuary el cordon, which IS on the pacific side!!!!!!!!!

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