A stomach bug report is currently in the news as shown in the article Stomach Bug Sickens People in 3 More States. This is caused by the protozoan oocyst Cyclospora cayetanensis. More information about it may be found in this technical paper. It is also briefly mentioned in the CDC Effect of Chlorination on Inactivating Selected Pathogen article. It appears to be very chlorine resistant, similar to Cryptosporidium parvum though no specific CT value has been determined for it. As with most protozoan oocysts, it is extremely unlikely to be found in residential pools because it requires an infected person to enter the pool with diarrhea (something that some people unfortunately do in some public pools).