Hundreds of Honduran Districts Still Flooded one Week After Iota

A total of 73,301 people are staying in 822 shelters and depend on government relief nationwide. The hard-hit Sula Valley was flooded for the fourth time on Monday, November 23rd, leading to scenes of displaced families seeking shelter under bridges or in makeshift roadside tents.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A week after tropical storm Iota whipped through Honduras, hundreds of communities remain flooded and continued rains have made it impossible to begin recovery efforts, especially in the northern Sula Valley, local authorities said Tuesday, November 24th.

A total of 73,301 people are staying in 822 shelters and depend on government relief nationwide.

The hard-hit Sula Valley was flooded for the fourth time on Monday, November 23rd, leading to scenes of displaced families seeking shelter under bridges or in makeshift roadside tents.

The valley's Ramon Villeda Morales International Airport is still inundated and . . .

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