A blackout is a blackout caused by lack of electricity, heat or water.
It affects about 3.5 million people in the island’s mountainous and mountainous areas and is a major threat to the country’s infrastructure and lives.
A number of people are reported to have been killed and more than 60,000 are missing since the storm hit on 11 November.
The situation has led to widespread damage to buildings and infrastructure.
There have also been reports of looting, and there have been reports that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Puerto Rico has risen to over 1,000, including deaths.
Many people have reported severe power outages and shortages.
There are about 20,000 registered hospitals in Puerto Ricans territory, and many of them are in a state of emergency.
Many residents are relying on the power supply from the mainland and have been warned to be careful when using power sockets.
There is a lot of fear and anxiety in the community, particularly in the south, and most people in that area do not know if the situation is going to change.
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló has made several attempts to reassure the people and provide them with information on how to prepare and get to their destinations, but so far there is not much support from the public.
Some of the major airlines have also suspended flights to and from the island.
According to the official website of the Puerto Rico State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), there are a number of options available for those who are not able to reach their destination.
They include: – The only option is to travel via bus, ferry or private aircraft – The other option is by boat or private boat – A third option is via bus or private plane.
However, most people are reluctant to travel on foot.
As of now, there are no official figures on how many people have died in the blackout.
According to reports, a number were found dead in a bus and another one in a private boat, although there is no official word on how they died.
On the mainland, a few people have been reported to be dead in the towns of Marrero, Muntín and Monterrey, and others have been found dead at home.
The authorities have said that there are currently no deaths at the island of Puerto Rico, but there have also come to light reports of cases of people dying of dehydration and malnutrition.
While the authorities have made the decision to evacuate Puerto Rico residents to their homes, some people are still in their homes without power.
According, many residents have been left in their houses, without food, water, and blankets, in order to protect themselves from the power blackout.
Despite the threat of the blackout, Puerto Ricos economy remains largely intact.
As of mid-November, there were 8,826,000 residents in the territory of Puerto Rican.
The island has a population of 4.4 million. Source: AP