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The restrictions were introduced on 1 February and since then, thousands of people in the town and surrounding areas have had to boil water or buy supplies for consumption.
In the meantime, new ultra violet units have been fitted at two water treatment plants.
Three reservoirs were flushed out and extensive testing of the network was undertaken. The water on the public supply has now been deemed safe to drink.
Irish Water has said it is pleased the works have been successful and has thanked people impacted by the notice for their patience.
The restrictions caused widespread annoyance in the area, with many complaints about the level of communication relating to the boil notice.
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