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The devastation of Hurricane Fiona has left most of Puerto Rico without electricity or clean water.

As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 1.17 million households – 80% of the country – were still without power, while 60% of the island did not have access to water.

Four deaths have been linked to the storm so far – two in Puerto Rico, one in Guadeloupe, and one in the Dominican Republic.

It’s the worst storm to hit Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria in 2017, which killed over 3,000 people.

Does the U.S. do enough to protect Puerto Rico from these catastrophes?

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