School water issues resolved
Water issues at the island’s schools after Hurricane Humberto have been fixed, according to the Department of Education.
A Government spokeswoman said this morning that school tanks were chlorinated and checked between September 24 and 26.
She said: “In the wake of Hurricane Humberto, the Department of Education advised students to bring drinking water to school while all school water systems were checked.
“The department has confirmed that all water system checks are complete, and students and staff have resumed use of school provided drinking water as normal.”
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