The Cidra reservoir left the level of "operational adjustments" with 400.01 meters of water, while Carraízo reported a reduction of 2 centimeters in its level, according to the Aqueduct and Sewer Authority .  The latter remains at the "control" level with 36.77 meters and continues as the reservoir with the least water in the entire country.
Cidra is followed by Toa Vaca with 147.36 meters and then Carite with 541.77 meters.
In the past few days, Carraízo had seen a non-substantial increase after the rains this week, but failed to get out of your alert level.
Also, hundreds of thousands of customers who are supplied from this reservoir currently experience interruptions in their water service due to rationing measures.
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