Sept. 5, 2016, 4:06 p.m.
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The restrictions were put in place last Friday evening, after tests at the Lough Mask water treatment plant revealed the presence of cryptosporidium.
Irish Water says extensive testing has been continuing since then, in an effort to identify the source of the contamination.
A full audit of the plant will be carried out by inspectors from the Environmental Protection Agency tomorrow.
The boil water notice applies to the public supply in and around the towns of Ballinrobe, Westport, Castlebar, Claremorris, Ballyhaunis and Knock. Almost 50 Group Water Schemes are also subject to the warning.
Representatives from Irish Water, Mayo County Council, the HSE and the EPA are continuing to monitor the situation and will review the latest test results at a meeting on Wednesday.
Home owners and businesses are being told that water must be boiled before consumption, if it is being used for food preparation, ice making or brushing of teeth.
Irish Water says there have been no confirmed cases of cryptosporidiosis diagnosed in the area covered by the boil notice.
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