Puerto Rico, Grappling With Potentially Historic Drought, Expands Water Rationing

Puerto Rico expanded water rationing across several municipalities Wednesday as it continues to confront a drought of potentially historic proportions. More than 200,000 people are now facing regular water supply cutoffs as the government tries to mitigate the crisis.
Starting Wednesday, around 110,000 residents near the capital of San Juan will have water services cut off for 24 hours every other day. They join another 160,000 residents in the San Juan metropolitan area who have already been undergoing rationing for the past month. Last week authorities expanded the water cutoffs in San Juan to 48 hours every three days.

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