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50% of Lviv city, south of Ukraine without water supply, electricity being restored

On Oct 10, after Russia’s missiles attack, a half of Lviv city in the west of Ukraine doesn’t have water supply, and electricity has been restored in 35% of the city so far, Lviv Mayor Andrii Sadovyi reported.

Sadovyi assured that in those neighborhoods where there is still no proper water supply, water trucks will be running on October 11th morning. Lviv residents will be able to take water.

October 11th, kindergartens will work in the mode of regular groups. There will be no lessons in schools, but teachers will work and it’s possible to bring children there if parents can’t take care of them due to work .

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