A water crisis restricts usage to 6 hours a day in one of Mexico's largest cities

  • 17.07.2022
  • NPR

Water is in short supply in Monterrey, Mexico. The three dams that supply the city of more than 5 million people with water are close to being dry. Authorities now restrict water to just six hours each day. And, of course, the city is hot - often more than 100-degree days for most of the summer.