Monday 5 November will be classes in the public schools of the city of Mexico and the State of Mexico, after the water cut.
In the capital, schools in 13 municipalities affected by the cut will return to classes, despite the fact that the water service will reset to 100% until Thursday.
The City Government said the water system phones (5654 3210), Locatel (5658 1111) and the qualified for the 13 affected municipalities, will remain open to respond to requests for the free service of pipes.
The priority will be the public infrastructure such as hospitals, schools, community kitchens and detention, among other spaces of common use facilities.
In the case of the State of Mexico, the Governor Alfredo de el Mazo, reported last week that 5 thousand 457 schools in 12 municipalities of the entity activities resume on November 5.
The kith and kin of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) and subrogated, in the city of Mexico and the State of Mexico, the service will resume from Monday.
The academic activities of all the Universidad Nacional Autonoma of Mexico (UNAM) will also resume.
The National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) said in a statement that it is ready, with tanks full and hookahs, to restart their activities in all of its academic and administrative units of the metropolitan area of the city of Mexico, Monday