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Boil water notices in Coastal Bend area – Riverside, California

Riverside, California 2021-02-16 18:28:08 –

Authorities say that under recommendations, water needs to be boiled and cooled before it can be consumed by humans.

Corpus Christi, Texas — Some cities and counties in the coastal Bend region have been notified of boiling water because power outages are affecting much of the region.

Under these notices, authorities recommend boiling and cooling all water used for drinking, cooking and ice making before human consumption.

The areas under the boiling water notification are:

The city of Aranzaspas has been notified about boiling water.

According to the city, all drinking, cooking and ice-making water needs to be boiled and cooled before it can be consumed by humans.

The city of Aranzaspas will notify customers when boiling water notifications are no longer in place.

The city of Corpus Christi has been notified about boiling water. This notice does not affect the residents of Padre Island.

According to the city, all drinking, cooking and ice-making water needs to be boiled and cooled before it can be consumed by humans.

City officials said they are planning to set up bottled water distribution points in the city.

The City of Corpus Christi will notify customers when notifications about boiling water are no longer available.

The city of Farfurias has been notified about boiling water.

In a Facebook post, the city said, “I understand that many of us don’t have electricity or water, but we still need to be careful of everyone. Don’t drink water!”

During the boiling limit of water, residents are advised to bring their water to a rolling boil and cool it before consuming it.

Kleberg County has been notified about boiling water.

According to the Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office, this recommendation applies to customers in the Ricardo region of Texas and Ricardo Waterworks. It is valid until you are notified later.

Tap water used for drinking and cooking should be boiled for 3 minutes and cooled before use.

The city of Orange Grove has been notified about boiling water.

According to the city, all drinking, cooking and ice-making water needs to be boiled and cooled before it can be consumed by humans.

The City of Orange Grove will notify customers when boiling water notifications are no longer available.

3News will keep you up to date as more information becomes available.

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