HALF MOON BAY (KCBS) — Bay Area crab lovers may soon be celebrating with their favorite crustaceans once again.

One top health official tells the Chronicle that while some crab is testing positive for domoic acid, the levels are not high and not unusual for this time of year.

“Domoic acid is not unusual in these invertebrates, but it usually occurs at a time of the year when there’s not much fishing activity, or none at all,” Sonke Mastrup former Director of California Fish and Wildlife told KCBS.

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