The Monmouth County Park System is urging residents to not make contact with water from the Manasquan Reservoir.

Earlier Wednesday on their official Facebook page, the park system revealed that they had found harmful algal bloom is present at the Manasquan Reservoir. The amount found is at or above what NJ Health officials consider 'safe.'

You are being advised to NOT drink or have contact with the water including, but not limited to, swimming, wading, and watersports. Fish caught in this water body should not be eaten. Pets and livestock should not contact or drink water.

For updates, please monitor The Monmouth County Parks System's website.

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