Boston-area schools take precautions after huge water main break

May 3, 2010
Campuses make water fountains off limits, alter lunch menus
From The Boston Globe: Schools in the Boston area are open Monday, but officials are taking precautions to comply with the region-wide order to boil water because of a massive pipe break over the weekend. Districts are shutting off or taping over water fountains, removing from cafeterias food items that require water or washing, and providing hand sanitizer in bathrooms

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