The California Department of Public Health has instituted a temporary shellfish harvest closure for northern Tomales Bay, effective August 24. The areas have been closed due to a positive Vibrio parahaemolyticus sample from oyster meat collected and lab-tested on August 20. The bacteria is a naturally occurring estuarine bacteria that can be common in coastal areas during warmer . . .

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