Laura Velazqueznational coordinator of Civil Protection (CNPC), reports that there are 46 dead and 56 people not NESTLED after damage caused by Hurricane Otis on Guerrero.
The actions of the Government of Guerrero, according to the Attorney General’s Office of Guerrero, 46 people died and 56 people were not found, he stated.
Reapareció la titular de la Coordinación Nacional de Protección Civil, Laura Velázquez. Ella fue la encargada de dar el parte de la situación en Guerrero tras el paso de #Otis. Mantiene el Gobierno en 46 la cifra de muertos por el Huracán.
— Joaquín López-Dóriga (@lopezdoriga) November 3, 2023
After more than a week of damage from Otis, which made landfall on October 25 as a category 5 in Guerrero, where it broke the record for hurricane strength in Mexico, the search for people and damage continues, especially in Acapulco, the city most affected by the typhoon.
Velázquez Alzúa showed that the Welfare Secretariat recorded damages to 71,367 houElectricity Commissionnd medium-sized businesses with 2,030 officers, called “Servants of the Nation.”
The Federal electricity commission (CFE) was able to restore 90 percent of Guerrero’s electricity supply. As for Acapulco, electricity has been restored to 55 percent.
The Government of Mexico also reported the deployment of Armed forces in the disaster zone of Guerrero: 5 thousDefenseional Guard7 thousand 497 from the Secretariat of Marina (Semar) and 6,500 from the Secretariat of National defense (Sedena) and Mexican Air Force (FAM).
Sedena provided a total of 97,805 food supplies, 555,215 liters of water, and 145,252 food rations, while the Navy distributed 33,243 food supplies, 231,538 liters of water, and 3 million customer food ration. In addition, 1,037 medical consultations were made to the population.
the National Water Commission (With water) shows that there is a population with a drinking water service of 350 thousand inhabitants. He explained that the current flow rate is 2,100 liters per second.