Hurricane Damage To Manufacturers In Puerto Rico Affects Mainland Hospitals, Too
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 The island is a major center for drug and medical device manufacturing. After Hurricane Maria, those products, including small IV bags, are running short throughout the U.S.
The White House plans to ask the U.S. Congress on Friday for about $45 billion in additional aid for disaster relief to cover damage from hurricanes that struck Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida, a congressional aide said on late Thursday. The request would be short of what some government officials say...
Senator Bill Nelson took to Twitter Friday to announce that FEMA has agreed to extend temporary housing for Puerto Rican families who came to the mainland after Hurricane Maria. As for the island, the.. Source: Rumble -
Seven months after hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico, the devastation is still widespread on the island where more than 100,000 residents are still living without power. Source: Newsflare STUDIO -