More than half the world’s rivers have been declared safe to swim in, with the highest level of protection on the Yangtze River, according to an ABC News article.
Read more The river in China’s Jiangsu province has been declared as a safe river for human use for more than 30 years, with a flood barrier built and two other major rivers also safe to travel on.
It has been reported in recent years that the river was becoming increasingly polluted by human activity, and some people had died in accidents.
In September last year, China’s top government body, the National Development and Reform Commission, declared the Yangta River a “safe” river, with some residents complaining of high levels of pollution.
The government has also issued a warning to the population that if they don’t behave, the river will be closed.
In recent years, Chinese officials have taken several measures to improve river quality, such as the construction of dams and dredging.
In 2017, China also made a raft of safety improvements, including raising the dam heights and closing several rivers in the Yangzong and Yangtse regions.
But the latest measures appear to have backfired.
More than 80 percent of the Yangzi River was closed, and in 2019, a landslide destroyed much of the dam and its associated infrastructure.
According to local media, the landslide occurred after authorities tried to lower the dam to make way for construction of a new dam.
The landslide damaged the dam, damaged surrounding structures and killed at least seven people, according the Global Times newspaper.
In 2020, a massive dam collapse in the same area killed at most 15 people.
Authorities have since tightened their control on the flood-prone river, which is currently at the lowest level of safe for human river use.
A total of 1,400 kilometers (930 miles) of the river has been closed to water and has been partially drained.
But even in its current condition, the Yangzao River is one of the world�s most polluted rivers.
It is one part of the Chaozhou-Xiaochuan Basin in the southwest of China, where heavy flows can lead to catastrophic flooding.
In a country where there are over 20 million people, the Chaozhuangjiang District, a region of the capital, Beijing, is home to the Chaozhong River, which flows from the northern part of Fujian province into the Yangjiang region.
China’s Yangzi has the highest river level of unsafe for human consumption in the world, with more than one-third of its waterway polluted by industrial and industrial-related pollution.