Residents of Alameda Point can safely bathe in their tap water again, but should continue to refrain from drinking it, cooking with it or using it to brush their teeth, state and local officials said. . Officials said the system had been flushed with East Bay Municipal Utilities District water and that it was deemed safe for contact. They cautioned residents to run their water for 10 minutes before using it to bathe or shower. The City of Alameda issued a 48-hour water quality alert on Tuesday in the area that encompasses the former Alameda Naval Air Station after testing by the East Bay Municipal Utility District confirmed that the tap water was not fit to drink or for human contact.
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