KTVA is livestreaming special digital-only coverage of how earthquake recovery efforts are unfolding across Anchorage this weekend.

 

As aftershocks are tapering off, most things are returning to normal. In a press conference Sunday morning, municipal manager Bill Falsey and other city officials gave an update on ongoing efforts to restore infrastructure in the aftermath of Friday's 7.0 earthquake.

Here's what we've learned since then:

Water: The precautionary boiled water advisory has been lifted in Anchorage, but officials in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough say the water there is still "murky."

Roads: People should avoid the Seward Highway due to falling rock. Though the road is clear, drivers should stay off the road if possible. The Glenn Highway is going to be a continuing challenge.

Schools: APD says schools will be closed until Monday, Dec. 10, as repairs are made.

Health: Aetna is offering free mental health service to those who call 1-833-327-2386.

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