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Three Sharjah neighborhoods reported disruption in the water supply.
An Al Nahda resident says he’s had the issue from Thursday (November 24) until Friday morning (November 25).
Other residents of Al Nahda are also being forced to buy drinking water from supermarkets, as they face disruption in water supply due to continuous rainfall in that area.
Abu Shagara and Rolla residents have also reported water supply issues.
Due to the unexpected situation, many are taking the day off.
Sharjah citizens shared a circular on their community notice boards stating that the problem is an “emergency.”
Earlier this week, rain hit various parts of the UAE, including Sharjah, with November marking the start of the rainy season in the country. BKM/ Expat Media
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