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    by Published on 09-23-2022 04:07 AM

    Federal Emergency Management Agency Continues Hurricane Fiona Response Efforts | site |



    Information contained in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) press release dated: September 22, 2022

    Washington - - On Sept. 21, President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. approved Puerto Rico Gov. Pedro Pierluisi’s request for an expedited major disaster declaration. The declaration authorizes FEMA to provide individual assistance to survivors in 55 municipalities and public assistance in all 78 Puerto Rico municipalities.

    FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell and Gov. Pierluisi will brief President Biden today on Fiona’s impacts and the ongoing federal response. FEMA will work with Puerto Rico officials to begin damage assessments in the coming days to determine additional support to survivors and communities.

    FEMA’s priorities are to support lifesaving and life-sustaining actions, including restoration of power and water systems. FEMA surged hundreds of employees to Puerto Rico to support the response. This is in addition to 700 staff who live and work on the island.

    Disaster survivors who live in the 55 declared municipalities can apply for federal assistance at www.DisasterAssistance.gov , by calling 800-621-3362 or by using the FEMA App. Survivors using a relay service, such as a video relay service (VRC), captioned telephone service or others, can give the FEMA operator the number for that service.


    Federal and Partner Actions to Support Areas Affected by Hurricane Fiona


    • Five FEMA Incident Management Assistance Teams and five Urban Search and Rescue teams are in Puerto Rico to bolster response efforts. Additionally, Mobile Emergency Response Support, Incident Support Base, Staging Management Teams and Mobile Communication Office Vehicle operators are on the island.

    • A FEMA-sponsored State Supplemental Response Team is expected to arrive today.

    • Water Distribution Task Force, federal, commonwealth and private sector members are coordinating water delivery to isolated communities.

    • FEMA prepositioned supplies on the island including four strategically located warehouses throughout the island, more than 7 million liters of water, more than 4 million ready-to-eat meals, more than 215 generators, more than 100,000 tarps, more than 28,000 plastic covers and more than 10,300 cots and other emergency supplies.

    • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers team management and temporary emergency power teams are in Puerto Rico. A joint generator task force was established to prioritize generator requirements.

    • FEMA mental and counseling health resources are available to our FEMA personnel many of whom are survivors themselves and from the island. Mental health resources are available to the broader Puerto Rico community, many who are being retraumatized given that Maria was just five years ago.

    • The American Red Cross is working closely with the local government to provide support where needed. More than 190 trained Red Cross volunteers are assessing damage and delivering emergency supplies to shelters where possible.

    • U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Routine non-criminal immigration enforcement operations will not be conducted at evacuation sites, or assistance centers such as shelters or food banks. The laws will not be suspended, and we will be vigilant against any effort by criminals to exploit disruptions caused by the storm.

    • More than 450 members of the Puerto Rico National Guard are assisting the Puerto Rico government's response by conducting search and rescue, commodity distribution, security operations and more. Additionally, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is supporting the island’s search and rescue response.

    • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared a public health emergency, giving the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services beneficiaries and their health care providers and suppliers greater flexibility in meeting emergency health needs. The department also deployed an Incident Management Team, a Health Incident Management Team and Disaster Medical Assistance personnel.

    • The U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service approved a waiver for the Puerto Rico Department of the Family to allow hot foods to be purchased with Nutrition Assistance Program benefits for one week. Additionally, the USDA Food & Nutrition Service approved the Puerto Rico Department of Education application to use USDA Foods for congregate feeding for 2,500 at shelters for five days, starting Sept. 21.



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    Avoid downed power lines: Do not touch or drive over downed power lines. Always assume a downed power line is unsafe and contact the power company and emergency personnel.

    Be aware of areas where floodwaters have receded: Roads may have weakened and could collapse under the weight of a car.

    Use a generator safely: Keep generators far from your home. Never use a generator inside a home, basement, shed or garage even if doors and windows are open as these could allow carbon monoxide to come indoors.

    Stay safe during extreme heat: Avoid strenuous work or exercise during the warmest part of the day. Use a buddy system when working in extreme heat and take frequent breaks.

    Download the free FEMA App (available in English and Spanish) to receive emergency alerts and real-time safety notifications, emergency preparedness tips, and disaster resources. Visit Ready.gov or Listo.gov to learn how you can keep yourself, your family, and your pets safe.



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    by Published on 09-22-2022 04:19 AM

    President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Approves Major Disaster Declaration for Puerto Rico | site |



    Information contained in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) press release dated: September 22, 2022

    Washington - - FEMA announced today that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico to supplement territorial and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by Hurricane Fiona beginning Sept. 17 and continuing.

    The President’s action makes federal funding available to affected individuals in 55 municipalities within the Commonwealth including Adjuntas, Aguas Buenas, Aibonito, Arroyo, Barranquitas, Bayamón, Caguas, Canóvanas, Carolina, Cataño, Cayey, Ceiba, Ciales, Cidra, Coamo, Comerío, Corozal, Dorado, Fajardo, Florida, Guayama, Guayanilla, Guaynabo, Gurabo, Humacao, Jayuya, Juana Díaz, Juncos, Lares, Las Piedras, Luquillo, Maricao, Maunabo, Morovis, Naguabo, Naranjito, Orocovis, Patillas, Peñuelas, Ponce, Río Grande, Salinas, San Juan, San Lorenzo, Santa Isabel, Toa Alta, Toa Baja, Trujillo Alto, Utuado, Vega Alta, Vega Baja, Vieques, Villalba, Yabucoa and Yauco.

    Assistance can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-interest loans to cover uninsured property losses and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of the disaster.

    You can apply for disaster assistance at www.DisasterAssistance.gov , by calling 800-621-3362 or by using the FEMA App. If you use a relay service, such as video relay service (VRS), captioned telephone service or others, give FEMA the number for that service.

    Public assistance federal funding is available to the Commonwealth, eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations for all 78 municipalities for debris and emergency protective measures, including direct federal assistance.

    All municipalities in the Commonwealth are also eligible to apply for assistance under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.

    Thomas J. Fargione has been named the Federal Coordinating Officer for federal recovery operations in the affected areas. Additional designations may be made at a later date.



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    by Published on 09-22-2022 03:43 AM

    Federal Emergency Management Agency Continues Hurricane Fiona Response Efforts | site |



    Information contained in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) press release dated: Septembeer 21, 2022

    Washington - - FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell traveled to Puerto Rico yesterday and met with Gov. Pedro Pierluisi to assess any unmet needs and tour some areas affected by Hurricane Fiona. The Administrator remains in Puerto Rico today, meeting with FEMA staff and touring additional damaged areas.

    Gov. Pierluisi requested an expedited major disaster declaration late Tuesday, and that request is under review. President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. approved an emergency declaration for Puerto Rico on Sunday, authorizing FEMA to coordinate all disaster relief efforts to alleviate hardship and suffering and provide appropriate assistance, to save lives and protect property, public health and safety.

    Although the storm has passed, residents are encouraged to stay alert to continuing hazards, including extreme heat.

    FEMA surged hundreds of employees to Puerto Rico to support the response, with the primary mission to support lifesaving and life-sustaining actions. This is in addition to 700 staff members who live and work on the island. In the coming days, our agency will begin preliminary damage assessments to determine additional needs.

    FEMA continues working closely with our federal, territorial, private sector and faith-based partners to support the island with this response and recovery. FEMA and interagency response teams are supporting the commonwealth by working to stabilize impacted community lifelines -- with a focus on power restoration, communications and water.

    Due to continuous days of rainfall from Hurricane Fiona, risks of mud, rock and landslides persist across Puerto Rico. Additionally, an excessive heat advisory is in effect for the island for the next couple of days. Residents are encouraged to stay alert to continuing hazards.


    Federal Actions to Support Areas Affected by Hurricane Fiona


    • FEMA deployed five Incident Management Assistance Teams and four Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) teams to bolster response efforts. Additionally, Mobile Emergency Response Support, Incident Support Base and Staging Management Teams are on the island.

    • FEMA prepositioned supplies on the island including four strategically located warehouses throughout the island, more than 7 million liters of water, more than 4 million ready-to-eat meals, more than 215 generators, more than 100,000 tarps, more than 28,000 plastic covers and more than 10,300 cots and other emergency supplies.

    • FEMA is sending mental and counseling health resources to our FEMA personnel, many of whom are survivors themselves and from the island. Additionally, we are identifying additional mental health resources to the broader Puerto Rico community, many who are being retraumatized given that Maria was just five years ago.

    • U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Routine non-criminal immigration enforcement operations will not be conducted at evacuation sites, or assistance centers such as shelters or food banks. The laws will not be suspended, and we will be vigilant against any effort by criminals to exploit disruptions caused by the storm.

    • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers team management and temporary emergency power teams are in Puerto Rico.

    • The U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Response Organization is in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

    • More than 450 members of the Puerto Rico National Guard are assisting the Puerto Rico government response by conducting search and rescue, commodity distribution, security operations and more. Additionally, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is supporting the island’s search and rescue response.

    • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared a Public Health Emergency for the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico due to the flooding impact of Hurricane Fiona. The declaration gives the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services beneficiaries and their health care providers and suppliers greater flexibility in meeting emergency health needs. The department is also sending medical assessment teams to the island.

    • The U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service approved a waiver for the Puerto Rico Department of the Family to allow hot foods to be purchased with Nutrition Assistance Program benefits for one-week.


    Stay Alert to Continuing Risks


    • Avoid downed power lines: Do not touch or drive over downed power lines. Always assume a downed power line is unsafe, and contact the power company and emergency personnel.



    • Don’t drive or wade through flood waters: Almost half of all flash flood deaths happen in vehicles. As little as 6 inches of water may cause you to lose control of your vehicle.



    • Be aware of areas where floodwaters have receded: Roads may have weakened and could collapse under the weight of a car.



    • Use a generator safely: Keep generators far from your home. Never use a generator inside a home, basement, shed or garage even if doors and windows are open as these could allow carbon monoxide to come indoors.



    • Stay safe during extreme heat: Avoid strenuous work or exercise during the warmest part of the day. Use a buddy system when working in extreme heat and take frequent breaks.



    • Download the free FEMA App (available in English and Spanish) to receive emergency alerts and real-time safety notifications, emergency preparedness tips and disaster resources.


    Visit Ready.gov or Listo.gov to learn how you can keep yourself, your family and your pets safe.



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    by Published on 09-20-2022 07:25 PM

    Federal Communications Commission Chairwoman Rosenworcel Updates Public on Efforts to Support Puerto Rico in the Aftermath of Hurricane Fiona | site |


    Information contained in Federal Communications Commission (FCC) press release dated: September 20, 2022


    Washington, September 20, 2022 - - Federal Communications Commission Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel issued the following statement as Hurricane Fiona brought catastrophic rain and damage to Puerto Rico, and provided updates on how the Commission is supporting disaster assessment and recovery efforts:

    “It was five years ago that Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, and now Puerto Rico confronts another storm with Hurricane Fiona,” said Chairwoman Rosenworcel. “In times of crises, staying connected takes on new urgency. I saw that firsthand during my visit to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and now some of those same areas have been hit once more. The FCC is assessing the impact on communications services and infrastructure and issuing daily public reports to keep people informed. We will work closely with government partners and communications providers to support restoration efforts as families and residents all over the island begin to rebuild, once again.”

    The FCC has been coordinating closely with FEMA, CISA and other government partners, including officials in Puerto Rico, as well as communications providers in preparation for the storm, now during its impact, and to support any restoration activities in its aftermath.

    The FCC is helping facilitate communications recovery in Puerto Rico through the following efforts, among others:

    • Establishing a website at https://www.fcc.gov/fiona prior to landfall as a centralized location for all FCC information related to Hurricane Fiona, including emergency communications tips in English and Spanish, communication status reports, and other content.

    • Performing a baseline survey of spectrum usage in targeted areas, which will help federal agencies assess the post-landfall impact to broadcasters and public safety communications.

    • In coordination with FEMA and other federal partners, activating our Disaster Information Reporting System for all of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

    • Publishing the first comprehensive assessment of Hurricane Fiona’s impact on communications networks in the affected areas and providing daily updates to both government partners and the public.

    • Engaging in daily coordination with Federal, state, and local partners, as well as with industry (including broadcasters, wireless and wireline carriers, satellite operators, trade associations, and others) to encourage actions like those outlined in the Wireless Network Resiliency Cooperative Framework, mutual roaming, and the transport of necessary communications equipment to help fill communications gaps.

    • Working with federal partners to promote coordination between the communications and power sectors, which is critical during recovery efforts.

    • Extending regulatory deadlines for affected communications providers in Puerto Rico, including a regulatory fee payment deadline, and assessing the need for other regulatory assistance that may be helpful.

    In addition to the above efforts, the FCC is deploying staff to the affected areas to perform post-landfall, on-site surveys of communications services and infrastructure as well as to assist with coordination and oversight of communications restoration.

    The FCC will continue to monitor the developing situation in Puerto Rico and share information about its operations.



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    by Published on 09-20-2022 03:06 PM

    Federal Emergency Management Agency Surges Hundreds of Additional Personnel to Puerto Rico for Hurricane Fiona Response | site |



    Information contained in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) press release dated: September 20, 2022

    San Juan, Puerto Rico – Today, FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell will travel to Puerto Rico to assess the devastation caused by Hurricane Fiona and determine the additional resources needed to support the island’s recovery.

    FEMA deployed one national and four regional Incident Management Teams and two Urban Search and Rescue teams to augment the hundreds of FEMA personnel on the ground. The additional staff will help bolster the Government of Puerto Rico’s response efforts.

    “Our partnership with the Government of Puerto Rico has never been stronger and we remain committed to helping them respond to and recover from Hurricane Fiona,” said FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell. “We’re sending hundreds of additional staff in the next few days to place staff in each of the impacted communities to supplement our already vast footprint.”

    The Administrator’s trip comes on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Maria hitting the island and follows the emergency declaration President Joseph R. Biden approved on Sunday. The declaration authorizes FEMA to coordinate all federal disaster relief efforts to save lives and protect property.

    Administrator Criswell called Governor Pedro R. Pierluisi on Monday to discuss Fiona’s impacts and how FEMA can provide additional support. One of the ways FEMA is providing additional resources is by increasing the number of field operations resources, including staff.

    Hurricane Fiona’s rain bands continue to cause flooding along with potential mud and landslides across Puerto Rico. While the storm has moved north, additional flash and urban flooding is possible in the southern portion of the main island. Although the storm is moving away from Puerto Rico, residents are encouraged to stay alert to continuing hazards.

    FEMA’s support of the Government of Puerto Rico has been ongoing. And while heavy rain and strong winds of Fiona have devasted the island, FEMA has been in collaboration with Puerto Rico and other local and federal partners to help better prepare the island for hurricane response.

    “FEMA has been tracking the potential impacts of this severe weather event well-ahead of the storm’s landfall.” said Region 2 Administrator David Warrington. “It is our mission to help people before, during and after disasters and we remain committed to supporting the Government of Puerto Rico for as long as we are needed.”

    “The Government of Puerto is appreciative of the support FEMA has already provided and we welcome the support of additional personnel,” said governor Pierluisi. “The amount of rain Puerto Rico received has been extraordinary, approximately 25 inches, but according to the National Weather Service, that number could rise to as much as 35,” governor Pierluisi added. “Life safety remains to be a top priority and it is my sincere hope that people will continue to follow the advice of local officials and stay home.”

    FEMA will continue to work with the Government of Puerto Rico to respond to and recover from the storm and remain committed to helping reduce risks and hazards posed by future disasters and extreme weather events.



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    by Published on 09-19-2022 05:00 AM

    U.S. President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Approves Emergency Declaration for Puerto Rico | site |



    Information contained in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) press release dated: September 18, 2022

    San Juan, Puerto Rico – Today, FEMA announced that federal emergency aid has been made available to the Government of Puerto Rico to supplement the local government’s response efforts to the emergency conditions resulting from then Tropical Storm Fiona, now a Hurricane, beginning on September 17, 2022, and continuing.

    The President’s action authorizes FEMA to coordinate all disaster relief efforts to support the Government of Puerto Rico and provide appropriate assistance for required emergency measures to save lives, protect property and public health, safety, and to lessen or avert the threat of this event in all 78 municipalities in Puerto Rico.

    “As Puerto Rico faces the effects of Hurricane Fiona, we have received approval of the Federal Emergency Declaration by President Biden, which activates FEMA to work with our administration to effectively respond to damages caused by the storm. I thank the Biden-Harris Administration and FEMA for this support now and always. We will continue to collaborate with all federal agencies to assist our people. I reiterate our call to all citizens to remain at home protecting their lives until the weather improves,” said the governor of Puerto Rico, Pedro R. Pierluisi.

    Specifically, FEMA is authorized to identify, mobilize and provide, at its discretion, equipment and resources necessary to alleviate the impacts of the emergency. Emergency protective measures, including direct federal assistance, will be provided at 75% federal funding.

    Emergency protective measures include, but are not limited to:


    • Flood fighting



    • Emergency Operations Center (EOC) related costs



    • Emergency access



    • Supplies and commodities



    • Medical care and transport



    • Evacuation and sheltering



    • Search and rescue



    • Use or lease of temporary generators



    • Childcare



    • Safety inspections



    • Animal carcass removal


    “This emergency declaration allows FEMA to assign missions to other federal agencies to support and fulfill emergency needs during incident operations following a declaration,” said Robert Little III, who has been designated as the Federal Coordinating Officer for federal response and recovery operations in Puerto Rico. Additional designations may be made at a later date.

    Direct Federal Assistance (DFA) provides support for eligible emergency work when a state, tribal or territorial government has exhausted its own capabilities to provide those services.



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