From Reuters, via the New York Times:
China’s northeastern city of Harbin turned on the taps again on Sunday after a toxic spill into its river left millions without
water for five days and an 80-km (50-mile) slick still flowing beyond the city.
Water supplies in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang province, were resumed at 1000 GMT and provincial Governor Zhang Zuoji drank tap water to prove it was safe, state media said.
See also “Governor takes first drink of water to dispel pollution worries” from Xinhua.