Paraguay River dawns with its lowest level in history

The water should continue to drop until the end of this year and the beginning of next, considering that the consequences of the La Niña phenomenon will again be felt.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the hydrometer located at the Port of Asunción, the level of the Paraguay River on Thursday morning reached -0.55 meters. The water level in that area dropped 2 centimeters in the past 24 hours.

Less than a year later, one of the country's main water resources is once again experiencing the worst drop in its history. In October 2020 it reached -0.54 meters, a mark that surpassed the record of 51 years ago.

Luis María Jara, head of the Navigation Unit of the Paraná River Paraguay-Argentina Joint Commission . . .

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