Jerusalem: All neighborhoods can return to regular water use except for Abu-Tor

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May 1, 2014 09:27

 
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The Jerusalem municipality announced on Thursday that residents of the capital could return to regular water use, with the exception of the Abu Tor neighborhood.

The municipality asked residents of Abu Tor to continue boiling their water. 

On Wednesday, following a leakage of treated wastewater into the drinking water system, residents of some eastern and southern Jerusalem neighborhoods were instructed to boil all water.

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