UPDATE: The water advisory issued for Ohio State University has been lifted, according to a message from the school’s emergency management.

In a statement, OSU said the water main break that prompted the advisory was repaired and all campus operations returned to normal Tuesday.

The statement from the university reads:

The city of Columbus has lifted the water advisory for Ohio State’s Columbus campus, meaning that individuals can once again consume potable water provided through water lines once they’ve been flushed. University personnel have already begun flushing lines across campus, including sinks and will begin working on ice machines. It is recommended building occupants also run water for one minute prior to drinking or using water from the faucet for the first time. In the rare instances that an individual department maintains its own kitchenette water filters or ice machines, please flush and clean those devices prior to resuming use.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Ohio State University’s campus in Columbus is still under a water advisory as a main break Monday continues to cause issues.

OSU Emergency Management said that anyone on the Columbus campus should refrain from using water from faucets and drinking fountains around campus.

A boil advisory issued by the City of Columbus caused non-emergency and elective surgeries and procedures scheduled for Tuesday at the Wexner Medical Center to be postponed.

Monday’s water main break caused late afternoon in-person classes at Ohio State to be canceled. Tuesday classes resumed as normal at 7am.

There is currently no time estimate for the lifting of the advisory by the city of Columbus.