As a result of the Coronavirus, Atlanta’s mayor has ordered Watershed to keep water on no matter the scenario

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA — Striking news in Atlanta today as the mayor Keisha Bottoms confirmed on Saturday that local water agencies have been ordered to keep water on at all costs for the next 60 days. As fears (some irrational, and some not) continue to rise about the Coronavirus — measures are being enacted to protect people and renters in need.

“The health and wellbeing of Atlanta residents is at the forefront of everything we do as a city,” she said in a news release on Wednesday. “Access to water is paramount in the prevention of COVID-19 or any infectious health threat and no one should be deprived of this fundamental resource because of an inability to pay.”


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