People in Coventry were being warned to boil their water before drinking it after a water main break Wednesday afternoon, but the advisory has been canceled.
According to Connecticut Water, the boil advisory would remain in effect until water samples confirmed there is no bacteria in the system. The order was prompted by a loss of water pressure caused by a water main break.
The order affected around 150 customers of the General Water system, who were all notified by phone, text and email, according to Connecticut Water officials. No other homes are affected.
Officials from Connecticut Water said Thursday that the water main break did not affect water quality .