LAKE JACKSON — Many local businesses continue to operate with extra safety measures in place after initial genetic material Naegleria fowleri, a brain-eating amoeba, was found in the city’s water supply. The city remains under a boil-water notice because of the low levels of chlorine found in throughout the city.

While business owners hope to see the situation resolved as soon as possible, many have found ways to adapt to 2020’s latest curveball.

Reporters Corinna Richardson, Nick Irene and Alexa Crenshaw contributed to this update.

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