Puerto Rico continues to deal with the aftermath of hurricane Maria—a natural disaster more lethal than the terrorist attacks on September, 11 2001. From the NY Times:
As hurricane season begins this week, experts are still trying to count the number of deaths caused by last year’s devastating Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. The latest estimate: roughly 4,600, many of them from delayed medical care.
Residents of Puerto Rico died at a significantly higher rate during the three months after the hurricane than they did in the previous year, according to the results of a new study by a group of independent researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and other institutions.
Read more here.
More than 4,600 died in Puerto Rico because of Hurricane Maria, study says
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