To the medical experts out there -
Our pool has an automatic opaque pool cover. When I opened it this morning to get water samples for my TF-100 test kit, I found a dead deer mice floating on the surface. Our property is backing into a greenbelt area so we have a lot of wild-life and we are conscious about "hantavirus" that deer mice carry. Here is some info on the disease -> Q&A: Deer mice carry fatal, incurable disease - The Orange County Register . I've taken the dead mouse away and discarded it.
The test results (before adding LC) were: FC = ~2.5 ppm; CC = 0 ppm; CYA =35 ppm; TA = ~110 ppm; pH = 7.3 ppm; CH = ~375-400 ppm.
I upped the FC to ~5 ppm after the test. Should I still be concerned about the pool water due to the "hantavirus" if the mouse have it? Or would the chlorine in the water sufficient enough to kill the virus if present?