Clean-ups are continuing in Rio de Janeiro after the opening ceremony ended.
The Olympic Games have officially wrapped up, and a few people are still trying to figure out how to move forward.
The city’s mayor is expected to release a list of measures to help clean up the polluted water around the city.
There are also plans for new sewage treatment plants and water treatment plants that will be able to deliver drinking water from the Olympic Games’ Olympic Dam to the surrounding communities.
There are also more than 50,000 people in the area around the Olympic Park and many of them have yet to return to their homes.
The city is hoping to begin distributing water to those people by mid-June.
Rio has spent nearly a billion dollars since the Olympics ended to clean up its water supply and restore the area to its pre-Olympic condition.