What should I do if I get stung by a jellyfish?

Don't touch the site where you came in contact with the jellyfish. Seek the nearest lifeguard's assistance and they will treat you appropriately. Usually, treating the sting with a mixture of vinegar and saline water will alleviate the pain. If you start having life threatening conditions and do not see a lifeguard nearby, call 911 immediately.

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1. What does the flag mean on the Lifeguard Tower?
2. How can I find out about the current ocean conditions?
3. What do the different color flags mean that I see on the walk overs?
4. What is a rip current?
5. What do I do if I find an injured bird or a marine mammal on the beach?
6. What should I do if I get stung by a jellyfish?
7. Can I sleep or camp overnight on the beach?
8. Can I reserve a spot on the beach for my special event?
9. What should I do if I can not find my child at the beach?
10. What should I do if a lifeguard is whistling at me when I am in the water?