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Mauritius: Surveillance Platforms set up at sea to prevent drowning

After the disturbing proliferation drowning incidents in the lagoons of Mauritius, the authorities have decided to soon introduce surveillance platforms implanted a hundred meters into the sea.

Coast guards will be assigned to this mission and to prevent further tragedies with swimmers in difficulty in the lagoons.
Five popular beaches (Mon-Choisy, Flic-en-Flac, Belle Mare, Tamarin and Blue-Bay) will be initially concerned. These facilities will cost 2 million rupees * and platforms Surveillance could also flourish on other beaches of Mauritius.
* One euro roughly equivalent to 37 rupees


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