Health officials have reported a new crypto case in Garland.
The Garland Health Department announced a confirmed case in someone who was in the water at Surf and Swim on Sunday.
That park is now closed for treatment.
Garland's health department has also received a laboratory report of a person who swam at the Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park while suffering from cryptosporidiosis.
The individual reportedly swam at Hawaiian Falls on July 23rd.
Cryptosporidiosis is an intestinal infection often characterized by profuse, watery diarrhea and abdominal cramping, as well as lack of appetite, nausea, vomiting and dehydration.
The disease is spread by fecal-oral transmission. The incubation period is on average about seven days.
Pools and water features at Hawaiian Falls were closed by the Garland Health Department last night, so they could receive a chlorine shock, officials said.
Tests have shown the waters are now safe - the park is now operational.
Dozens of people have contracted crypto recently after using local spray parks and swimming in Burger's Lake.