Uruguay Faces a Severe Historic Drought

FLORIDA, URUGUAY - JULY 01: Aerial view of the Paso Severino reservoir on July 01, 2023 in Florida, Uruguay. 'La Niña' climatic phenomenon has brought Uruguay to a water emergency; although the mixing of fresh water with salt water helped to expand reserves, the Paso Severino reservoir (which supplies 60% of the population) is now below 2.5% of its capacity. While the Government is working on the construction of a temporary reservoir on the San José River, the President of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pou, admitted that "if it does not rain, the water will not be drinkable for a period of time". (Photo by Ernesto Ryan/Getty Images)
FLORIDA, URUGUAY - JULY 01: Aerial view of the Paso Severino reservoir on July 01, 2023 in Florida, Uruguay. 'La Niña' climatic phenomenon has brought Uruguay to a water emergency; although the mixing of fresh water with salt water helped to expand reserves, the Paso Severino reservoir (which supplies 60% of the population) is now below 2.5% of its capacity. While the Government is working on the construction of a temporary reservoir on the San José River, the President of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pou, admitted that "if it does not rain, the water will not be drinkable for a period of time". (Photo by Ernesto Ryan/Getty Images)
Uruguay Faces a Severe Historic Drought
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