Due to the recent threat of COVID-19, the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) increased the water allocation for Metro Manila and nearby provinces to 46 cubic meters per second (cms) from the previous 42 cms.
As a result, Maynilad was able to suspend the implementation of the daily water supply interruptions. The company can now ensure that its customers have enough water that they can use, particularly for activities that are critical to the health and sanitation of our family members.
I encourage everyone to use water efficiently, as supply is still limited. Here are some tips that we can do:
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