The sun is shining in downtown New Orleans, but the streets are quiet.
People have stopped driving and are walking.
The air is thick with mosquitoes, and there are signs of flooding in the city.
But the streets of New Orleans are not as dangerous as they used to be.
The worst-affected areas are west of Canal Street, where the streets, bridges and levees have all been damaged by flooding.
People in the worst-hit areas are now being told to stay indoors and keep their windows closed.
This is because the flooding has killed millions of mosquitoes.
It is not just mosquitoes that are dying.
It’s also the city’s water.
New Orleans has been drinking more than it can treat.
It has been using more water than is needed for the needs of its residents, who are facing the worst of the floods.
In a recent report by the city, New Orleans had the highest rate of bacterial waterborne disease (BWDC) cases in the US, with almost 2,000 cases per 100,000 people.
That is more than twice the national average of less than 200 cases per 10,000 residents.
In New Orleans it is more important than ever to know your water and how to keep it safe.
What you need to know about the health of water Source: The Guardian US water supply: key facts, facts and figures What you should know about water, sanitation and hygiene When you drink tap water in New Orleans or New York City, it is generally safe.
But if you are in an area where the water is treated, it can be unsafe for you to drink tap.
Water from treated plants, such as those in the cities of New York and New Orleans can contain lead, arsenic and other contaminants.
This may affect the ability of children to develop health problems, and it can affect the brain development of children.
The risk of developing waterborne illness from drinking tap water is very low.
But some people have been able to recover from drinking untreated water, even if they are taking antibiotics.
In many places, people who drink tap or treated water are advised to stay home.
However, if you have a cold or flu, you should take extra care and take steps to ensure you are not exposed to the bacteria.
Drinking water can also contain harmful chemicals that have been linked to increased rates of cancer and heart disease.
There are also health problems caused by the use of chemicals in the water, such a chemical known as methylmercury.
Methylmercuries are used in many consumer products such as detergents, toothpaste and paints.
People with an increased risk of cancer should drink water with lower levels of methylmercy, as it is less harmful.
The EPA has advised people with an elevated risk of heart disease to limit their exposure to methylmerces, but this recommendation has not been widely enforced.
How to protect yourself from waterborne illnesses If you have not yet visited your water supply provider, there are three main things you can do to help protect yourself.
Drink tap water.
This should only be done if it is treated with a chemical that can be tested and verified by the EPA, or if you need a higher level of protection.
If your water is untreated, this may also be unsafe.
For example, people living in the most densely populated areas, where people are more likely to have access to contaminated water, are at higher risk of having their water tested for methylmercs.
Take extra precautions.
The only thing you can’t do is go to a place and drink untreated water.
The main water source in the United States is the tap, which is the only source that people can drink.
The tap is safe, but you should always use a filter, because there are harmful chemicals in tap water that can cause respiratory problems.
The best way to do this is to drink filtered water and follow instructions.
If you are concerned about getting a blood test, it’s best to take a sample of your urine to test for methyl mercury in order to help prevent it from getting into your bloodstream.
If a blood sample is positive, you can also use a test kit to see how much methylmercus there is in your body.
This can be used to help find out whether your health is at risk.
If the test kit is negative, take extra precautions, such in terms of wearing a mask, washing your hands and getting tested for any other diseases that may be associated with methylmerCes in your blood.
These diseases include chronic kidney disease, diabetes, cancer and the common cold.
To reduce your risk of getting these diseases, it may be useful to limit your exposure to water that has been treated with methyl mercury.
In addition to the above precautions, it would be wise to wear a mask to prevent the harmful bacteria from growing and spreading, such is the case in the New Orleans area.
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