Friday, February 26, 2021

Water restored in 62% of affected areas

The remaining 481 areas are in the process of having their water supply restored.

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Water supply had been restored to 811 locations (62.7%) of the 1,292 areas affected by the unscheduled disruption in seven regions in the Klang Valley as of 6.30pm yesterday.

In a statement, Air Selangor said the remaining 481 areas were still in the process of having their water supply restored.

Kuala Selangor recorded the highest rate of resumption at 99.2%, followed by Hulu Selangor (94.1%), Gombak (66.4%), Petaling (66.1%), Kuala Langat (50%), Kuala Lumpur (41.3%) and Klang/Shah Alam (24.2%).

“Consumers who have received their supply are urged to use it prudently to ensure the restoration process for the affected areas runs smoothly and according to the recovery plan schedule.

“Air Selangor assures that the quality of water supplied to consumers is safe and meets the standards of the health ministry,” it said.

It also denied a message made viral on social media sites that rationing exercises would be carried out and that the water was not safe for consumption.

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