The Carraízo reservoir emerged today, Sunday, from the level of "operational adjustments" and returned to that of "observation", as shown by the graph of the reservoir levels of the Aqueduct and Sewer Authority .  Until today, the body of water remains 38.66 meters at its level. Carraízo is the only one that was at a lower level than this and whose clients still experience interruptions in the water service due to rationing measures.
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On the other hand, the Cidra reservoir follows with 401.19 meters after registering an increase of one centimeter.
The other reservoirs at the "observation" level are Toa Vaca and Carite.
The rest, however, are between the "safety" and "overflow" levels .
Metro attempted to obtain a response from AAA to find out if the agency is considering modifying rationing, but at the time of this publication has received no response.