The boil-water advisory for Canton is no longer in effect, the city announced Saturday morning.
The action comes after “actions taken to correct the problem and the satisfactory completion of testing,” according to a post on the city’s Facebook page.
The advisory was put in Thursday because a water-main break caused pressure to drop to “dangerously low levels,” which can cause a potential health hazard, officials previously said.
“All residents and commercial businesses within the boundaries previously effected by the boil water notice may return to normal operations,” the city’s post said.
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