Glenwood Springs Splash Zone closed after 4 confirmed cases of ‘crypto’

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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. — At least four cases of ‘crypto’ have been confirmed since mid-August by tourists visiting the Glenwood Hot Springs Splash Zone.

Crypto is a parasite that is most commonly spread through eating or drinking fecal-contaminated food or water and through person to person transmission.

The Splash Zone is currently closed.

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