Problems continue for residents of Magnesia with the biggest issue being the rehydration of the urban complex with clean drinking water which according to DEYAMB and the mayor Achilleas Beo normality will return after 15 – 20 days.

The water is not potable and reaches the homes of some areas of Volos on a timed basis. Then it is discontinued and many health agencies and scientists talk about unfit water even for domestic use.

Dozens of crews of the Municipality of Volos are working to clean districts such as Palia, Neapoli, the Old Port Authority, Inopneuma and areas around the “Old City” Shopping Center that have been overwhelmed by mud and similar efforts are being made on roads and bridges swept by the Krausidona river when it overflowed and carried everything away, flooding the city of Volos.

Incalculable damages, which have not been assessed, have been suffered by the Tsalapata Complex which is a Multisite of Museums of Culture and Industrial Tradition, and with many luxury catering and entertainment shops, but also the building complex of the 1st and 4th EPAL of Nea Ionia which also houses the 1 Public IEK Volos. Especially the school complex has been completely destroyed both in terms of buildings and the equipment that was there.

The road connection between Milina – Trikeri in South Pelion has been restored and the machines of the Magnesia Region are trying to reach Zagora and then to Horeftos in order to restore the connection with Volos. Similar efforts are being made to connect Makrynitsa.

For its part, the Central Port Authority of Volos, with its announcements, draws attention to all vessels moving in the Pagasitikos because due to the weather and floods, the torrents that flow into the Pagasitikos brought down from the slopes of the mountains huge quantities of transported materials and large floating tree trunks in the sea and may cause damage in case of collision with them.