the hague - In the islands of Saba and Saint Eustatius, which was also hit by Hurricane Irma on Wednesday, the cleanup and repair work is under way. The roads on both islands are made feasible, the national service of the Caribbean Netherlands reports on Facebook.
A new water supply has been provided by Saba on Saba. The expectation is that the drinking water factory will work again within a few days. New feed routes are being sought for food delivery. The hospital has regular medicines.
On St. Eustatius, the fixed telecommunications network works, but the mobile network is limited. The seaport is virtually undamaged and the airport is in order for military transport. The most urgent will be the supply of water and food. Here we are working on.