United States judge: FEMA vouchers for Puerto Rican evacuees can end

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United States judge: FEMA vouchers for Puerto Rican evacuees can end

The remarks came just a day after the Puerto Rican government revealed that 2,975 people died as a effect of the hurricane's devastation, while Trump told reporters on Wednesday that his administration had done a "fantastic job" on Puerto Rico.

GWU looked at deaths that occurred between Maria's landfall in Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017, and deaths deemed in excess of Puerto Rico's normal mortality rate through February 2018.

He echoed one finding in the report - that doctors "lacked awareness" on how to appropriately certify deaths attributed to natural disasters.

With the overwhelming amount of donations received, organizers say they'll use the funds to help more cats around the observatory and look into adopting them out to families on the mainland.

A spokesman for Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello did not immediately return a message for comment.

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The report found an estimated 2,975 deaths could be attributed directly or indirectly to Maria, the most powerful storm to hit the Caribbean island in nearly a century, from the time it struck in September 2017 to mid-February this year.

A federal judge ruled on Thursday that temporary housing given to hundreds of Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria will end in September.

News organizations and some members of Congress have raised questions about the official death toll in Puerto Rico, which had remained at 64 for months.

In December, The New York Times estimated 1,052 "excess deaths" occurred after Maria.

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Central Florida accepted an influx of Puerto Ricans after the storm, though there is no exact count of how many people moved from the island to Florida in the last 11 months.

Power has not yet been fully restored to Puerto Rico almost a year after the hurricane, and outages remain common.

The same thing happened with the death count and other relief efforts, said Blondet. They also said the public health system needs to be strengthened, though Goldman said they don't know yet whether those weaknesses contributed to storm-related deaths.

"Especially between November and December, we were very concerned". Thus, like other jurisdictions that are part of the US, the death certification process can lead to an undercount of deaths related to disasters like Hurricane Maria.

The study also found that government emergency plans in place when Maria hit were not designed for hurricanes greater than a Category 1.

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