Fairfax Co. (VA) allowing ‘No Lifeguard On Duty’ at many pools

For the first time in decades, Fairfax County will allow hotels, condominium complexes and a gym to get rid of their lifeguards. But critics worried the trend will continue and lead to a higher rate of drownings.    Read the article………….


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