Healthcare delivery systems in southeastern Texas have begun to normalize following the passage of Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall on Aug. 25 and caused catastrophic flooding, especially in the Greater Houston area. Despite widespread reports of medication shortages and severe impact to local pharmacies and clinics, the rapid implementation of mitigation strategies appears to have been largely effective. Healthcare delivery systems will likely continue to improve in the coming weeks as floodwaters recede, while the risk of infectious diseases could become more severe.
iJET International Continues Active Operations in the Caribbean in the wake of Hurricane Irma, Stands Ready to Assist Clients on the U.S. Mainland
iJET International, Inc. is currently engaged in supporting clients affected by Hurricane Irma, including conducting evacuations from the Caribbean and readying resources to respond to needs on the United States East Coast.