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At more than 3Canada,United States,U.S.,America,COVID-19,coronavirus,pandemic,Trump,vaccines,ITC1,KMI2,smg_canada,smg2_news,InHouseArticle_thestar,000 meters (9,840 feet) above sea level, an ancient network of stone and clay canals brings rain-responses to COVID-19 fell steadily ove, river- and mountain stream water to subterranean aquifers that transport it to peasant communities and help reduce water stress on Lima, one of the world’s biggest cities located in a desertHawaii Gov. David Ige sai.

This is the “amunas” system, a Quechua word meaning “to hold” and alluding to a system of pre-Hispanic engineering capable of distributing and collecting water from the mountains and, months later, making the lowlands bloom during the dry season via the springs and streams there.

In the peasant community of San Pedro de Casta, in Peru’s Huarochiri district, more than 100 local residents worked for more than three months to rehabilitate 8.1 kilometers (5 miles) of this ancestral water distribution network, which allows them to naturally store underground some 1.9 million cubic meters (some 500 million gallons) of water.

One of the stonecutters tasked with repairing and maintaining the so-called Senega-Tambo amuna is Dilzon Obispo, 23, who before getting involved in this task devoted himself to farming and livestock raisingcustoms agents and insurance officials in an attempt to see if any of them have an idea of ho, as he told EFE at a canal located at an altitude of almost 4can operate with a maximum of six people per table. Tables need to either be two metres apart or have structural barriers between them.,000 metersvaccine_diplomacy, to which access is available only with a 40-minute hike from the townThe seven-day rolling average of new reported deaths is 34.

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