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Can you swim in a pool if you have ringworm?
My daughter is going away this weekend to swim in a pool...will she be putting others at risk by swimming in a public pool?

I would take the chance. I know the clorine may be strong, but you would want to infect another child.

no the clorine is there too protect against all bateria.. it actually my be good for her to go as it will probably illiminate her case as well..

She should not swim until her ringworm is completely cleared up. Ringworm is highly contagious and yes she will be putting other kids at risk if she goes swimming in a public pool.

Send her swimming! No risk to others. The chlorine will kill any infectious agents she might be carrying. And it will also help her skin condition. If she had a cold, or someone else did, no one would think twice about it. Same applies here. Let her go swimmin'.

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