Tankers set up as boil water notice continues. The Guam Waterworks Authority has stationed four water tanks in certain areas to support water needs as GWA assesses areas that need full water restoration. 

The designated locations for the 4,000-6,000 gallon tankers are:

- Santa Teresita, Mangilao
- Ordot-Chalan Pago Mayor’s Office, Chalan Pago
- St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Inalåhan
- Dededo Mayor’s Office, Dededo

Two more tankers are being prepped and will be deployed to Malesso and Hagat later today. Officials said once the tanks are depleted, they will be refilled and returned to service at locations still without water.

Residents island-wide who have water service are being asked to limit use for cleaning, bathing and cooking in order to conserve water to allow reservoir levels to increase. As a precaution, water obtained from these designated locations must be boiled for at least three minutes prior to consumption. 
A precautionary boil water notice remains in place due to possible bacterial contamination in the water that can occur when increased run-off enters a drinking water source following heavy rains. 

GWA continues its restoration and post-typhoon recovery efforts.