Fuel, Water Shortages Further Disrupt Life in Lebanon, LSESD Effected as they Continue Ministry

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Millions of people in Lebanon now face water shortages.

Wissam Nasrallah with LSESD says the water supply system needs to be repaired, but the parts are too expensive. “The collapse of the national power grid could not be offset by private generators due to the massive fuel shortages that the country has been going through. And this is leading to major blackouts. It’s putting the water system under severe pressure because this is interrupting treatment, pumping, and distribution of water.”

The water shortage will cause further problems fighting COVID-19, Nasrallah says. People won’t be able to practice good hygiene as efficiently without a steady water supply.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

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