Zea Rotisserie & Bar employees Gantry Sevalia and Simone Shargois prepare food as restaurants work through the city's second day of a boil water advisory by plating food on disposable plates, boiling large amounts of water for food preparation and shipping in ice from unaffected areas in New Orleans, La., Friday, Jan. 19, 2018.

Advocate photo by Shawn Fink

The boil water advisory has been lifted for the East Bank of Jefferson Parish, and residents can resume consuming and using water as they normally would. 

The parish had been under a boil water advisory since Thursday, after water pressure fell to levels that potentially could allow bacteria into the water lines. Tests came back negative Saturday morning, according to a news release. 

New Orleans East Bank lifted their boil advisory on Friday evening, New Orleans East, however, remains under the order. 

Jefferson Parish has successfully repaired 115 water main breaks as of Saturday, according to a release. 

The lifting of the Jefferson Parish boil water advisory means operations have returned to normal at Louis Armstrong International Airport, according to airport officials.

Boil-water advisory ended for New Orleans East Bank, New Orleans East