January 22, 2021

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Laura arrives and 2,599 homes are still under blue awnings after María

In the midst of the arrival of storm Laura, in Puerto Rico more than two thousand people still live with blue awnings s due to the passage of Hurricane María in September 2017.

In conference of Press together with Governor Wanda Vázquez, the Secretary of the Housing Department, Luis Fernández Trichet detailed that there are still about 2 599 families with blue awnings of the requests they have in the Department for Reconstruction.

In addition, Fernández explained that about 700 houses are currently under construction.

As explained by the director of the National Meteorological Service earlier in a press conference, Roberto García Hiraldo, they are expected to Laura's winds begin to be felt in the island municipalities of Vieques and Culebra around midnight.

In the early hours of Saturday, all of Puerto Rico is expected to feel the effects of the storm until Sunday. go.

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