Thursday 15 July 2021
Books – Muhammad Nassar:
At 10 pm today, Thursday, water will be cut off to about 15 major areas within the governorates of Cairo and Giza, according to an announcement by the water companies in the two governorates.
“Masrawy” publishes a map of water interruptions in both governorates, as follows:
7 hours in Cairo
The Drinking Water Company in Cairo announced the water interruption in the areas (Officers’ residences – Officers extension – Upper C and Wadi housing – Giza commercial housing – Nile – Social housing housing Amlak 8 – Republican Guard Training Center and optics – New Regions Parking – Al Salam General Hospital – Super area Gate behind the craftsmen – First Peace Police Department and its annexes).
The company added, in a statement, that the service was cut off from ten in the evening today, Thursday, 07-15-2021, and until five o’clock in the morning of the following day, Friday, 07-16-2021.
The company attributed the reason for the interruption to carrying out emergency maintenance work inside the Upper El-Salam elevator.
The company appealed to the owners of bakeries and hospitals to manage their water needs during the mentioned period, and the company provides vehicles with safe drinking water located in the affected areas, and if requested, please call the hotline 125 from the landline.
8 hours in Giza
The Giza Drinking Water and Sanitation Company announced that water will be cut off in the areas (Nile Street – Giza Street – Murad Street) for a period of 8 hours, starting at 10 pm today, Thursday, 7/15/2021 until 6 am tomorrow, Friday, corresponding to 16/ 7/2021.
The company said, in a statement today, Thursday, that this is to complete the connection of the new 600 mm line, which was changed within the development work of the Nile Tourist Street.
The company called on the owners of bakeries and hospitals to manage their water needs during the mentioned period.
The company has arranged for drinking water vehicles located in the affected areas. If requested, please call the hotline 125 from the landline.