Uruguay Faces a Severe Historic Drought

MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY - JULY 07: An OSE (State Sanitary Works) tank truck that is connected to a water bomb which pumped underground water that is drinkable to supply hospitals on July 07, 2023 in Montevideo, Uruguay. The country faces its worst drought in 100 years. The government implemented an emergency measure to mix reservoir water with salted water from further downstream of the Santa Lucia river. Tap water is barely drinkable due to its salinity. Rains from July 4th resulted in an increase in the reserves in the Paso Severino dam (which supplies 60% of the population), however it continues to be at below 2% capacity. (Photo by Ernesto Ryan/Getty Images)
MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY - JULY 07: An OSE (State Sanitary Works) tank truck that is connected to a water bomb which pumped underground water that is drinkable to supply hospitals on July 07, 2023 in Montevideo, Uruguay. The country faces its worst drought in 100 years. The government implemented an emergency measure to mix reservoir water with salted water from further downstream of the Santa Lucia river. Tap water is barely drinkable due to its salinity. Rains from July 4th resulted in an increase in the reserves in the Paso Severino dam (which supplies 60% of the population), however it continues to be at below 2% capacity. (Photo by Ernesto Ryan/Getty Images)
Uruguay Faces a Severe Historic Drought
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