P.r.u. has imposed travel restrictions for residents of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, including those from the U-S-Verse.
The U.N. agency announced the new restrictions Friday, following a similar move in the U., as well as other measures imposed in the Caribbean island by the U.
“The new restrictions apply to residents of the U.-S-V in Puerto Rico, the U-.
The department added that there were no new restrictions for Puerto Ricans from the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos.”
Travel restrictions are in place for U. s-Verst as well, and travelers must remain on track to depart Puerto Rico or U. Virgin Island by the end of the month,” the statement said.
The department added that there were no new restrictions for Puerto Ricans from the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos.
Travel restrictions in the region were announced after Puerto Rico imposed new restrictions earlier this week that included a limit on foreign nationals who can travel on flights to the U .
The department said it had “reviewed the implementation of the additional restrictions to ensure they comply with U.s. regulations.”
It said it was working with the U.’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to ensure U. nican and U. states-patrolled vessels, including U. l.S.-bound vessels, are safe to operate on Puerto Rico waters.
More than 50,000 Puerto Ricas residents have been living in hotels, motels and other shelters since the U,S.
government announced a sweeping $73.5 billion relief package for the island’s people on Friday.
Puerto Ricans are living in crowded and isolated living conditions and without proper sanitation and basic services, including basic water supplies, and the island is without power.
The island is in the midst of its worst hurricane season on record, with record-setting rains and floods.
The island’s governor has been urging people to evacuate and has called on Americans to take precautions in case they’re unable to get out.