|Reinforcement of jellyfish surveillance at Jeju beaches|
|Writer :||auto||Date :||2012-08-02||Hit :||819|
To this end, the city will supply 99 lifeguard and security members at beaches at least twice a day and plans to focus on accident prevention by reinforcing the surveillance of jellyfish appearance.
Jellyfish on the beaches in Jeju Island have blue-colored bodies and blue colored poisonous tentacles under their air bladder side. Also, they swim at the water surface and threaten the swimmers.
City officials urged that if you get stung by a jellyfish, you should come out of the water immediately and wash the injury with sea water. Then, you should cover the area with baking powder mixed with water.