The health infrastructure was already in crisis before Hurricane Maria – now a majority of the island’s 69 hospitals are without electricity or fuel for generators

Since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico a week ago, Isabello Aponte’s life has been confined to the four concrete walls of his modest home. The storm tore holes in the roof, but there was little inside for it to damage.

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