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Retail sales plunge 56 percent amid Covid-19 lockdown in April

Retail sales plunge 56 percent amid Covid-19 lockdown in April Retail sales plunge 56 percent amid Covid-19 lockdown in April By José Alvarado Vega on August 21, 2020 ShareTweetShareShareShareShare Small, mid-sized stores hardest hit by virus emergency; supermarkets, pharmacies register … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico Health Department’s COVID-19 math is wrong

Easy choice to file this under incompetence & mismanagement.   Double or triple counting the cases?!?  So if they say there are 1000 cases in PR, there might only be 333 to 500? Puerto Rico Health Department’s COVID-19 math is wrong … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s leaders don’t know who has power. Most Puerto Ricans STILL don’t have power, 50 days after Hurricane Maria!

42% power generation in PR as of 11-8-17 does little good when less than 5% of Puerto Ricans have electricity, even 50 days after Hurricane Maria. Upper right box shows the government-owned monopoly’s power generation at Status.PR. http://status.pr The discrepancy … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico burning bodies of hurricane victims without including them in official death toll: Report

  http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/puerto-rico-burning-bodies-of-hurricane-victims-without-including-them-in-official-death-toll-report/article/2638829 Puerto Rico burning bodies of hurricane victims without including them in official death toll: Report by Mandy Mayfield | Oct 27, 2017, 4:41 PM Crematoriums and funeral homes are being authorized by the Puerto Rican government to burn … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico divorce rates – Psychologist Battles Puerto Rico’s High Divorce Rate

http://www.laht.com/article.asp?ArticleId=348584&CategoryId=13003 Psychologist Battles Puerto Rico’s High Divorce Rate SAN JUAN – At least half of the marriages in Puerto Rico end in divorce due to mistakes in choosing the right partner, psychologist Silma Quiñones says in her latest book, “GPS … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s housing market sluggish – leading economic indicators, statistics on turnaround

http://www.globalpropertyguide.com/Caribbean/Puerto-Rico/Price-History Puerto Rico’s housing market sluggish Puerto Rico has suffered an enormous economic crisis in the past five years.  There’s been high unemployment, massive emigration, and a near-catastrophic national debt crisis and credit rating downgrades The crisis has brought many … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s brain drain. Statistics on population loss

http://news.yahoo.com/puerto-ricans-flock-us-mainland-island-crisis-worsens-221252402.html Puerto Ricans flock to US mainland as island crisis worsens AFP By Diego Urdaneta August 22, 2014 6:12 PM Miami (AFP) – The island of Puerto Rico is depopulating, as residents stream to the US mainland fleeing the island’s … Continue reading

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