As a result, it is hard to know the true extent of damages in Puerto Rico, and how citizens are coping with the aftermath.
FORT BUCHANAN, Puerto Rico- Responding expediently to provide temporary power to critical live-saving and life-sustaining facilities, during a natural disaster, isn't an easy task and requires a dedicated team to accomplish the mission.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, visited Puerto Rico to evaluate relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Maria's damage to the island. Pharmaceutical products manufactured in Puerto Rico make up almost 10 percent of all drugs consumed by Americans. It could be months before electricity is restored to parts of the island's capital city. Our top priority is the people of Puerto Rico. These facilities are a key component of the island's economic vigor.
Led by U.S. Sen. Securing this manufacturing base is vital to maintaining access to many important medical products. FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb said in a statement: "Even the facilities that sustained relatively minor damage are running on generator power". The generators allowed many facilities to re-start production, but certainly not all. "You know, the Youngstown area, we're tough". These are the products for which a shortage could have substantial impact on the public health.
The FCC's daily status report also shows significant wireline, TV and radio outages remain in both United States territories.
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"As we support our customers, DISH Cares, our corporate social responsibility program, is assisting in recovery efforts with crucial communication tools serving the broader community", added Pagani. I finally made it there last week, and my first visit was not under the best of circumstances.
She praised Americans for wanting to help, however, as supplies are being sent continuously but the government response has not been as rapid as it was for Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Irma in Florida, according to Ms Yulin Cruz.
Rosselló asked Ryan as well as McConnell for another USA $4.6 billion to help the island, mostly in the form of additional community grants from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. We'll be proactive in communicating about products that reach a shortage situation.
91 percent Proportion of Puerto Rican homes and businesses that remain without power as of Wednesday.
Buildings, their electricity still out, line a street in the Condado neighborhood of San Juan on October 4. I was moved by their courage and commitment. "And also when I walked in, the cheering was incredible". But we're in this for the long run. This is the latest instance of Trump taking responsibility for aid sent to Puerto Rico after the historic Hurricane Maria devastated the island over two weeks ago.