Roommate, President Biden recently talked about the rescue efforts so far to help residents of Louisiana Hurricane Ida He also revealed his plans to go to the state tomorrow to provide additional assistance.
period Press conference In the White House, President Joe Biden vowed that his administration will do everything possible to help everyone affected by Hurricane Ida. “My message to everyone affected is that we are all together. The country is here to help. This is the clear message I have been conveying to the main leaders, governors, energy and utilities leaders in the region. , My government has been working closely with them for the past few days,” Biden said.
He added: “We will work around the clock until the critical needs of the area are fully met. We will meet them.” His announcement came when he was preparing to visit Louisiana to meet with local officials to discuss disaster relief efforts and evaluate them. The damage caused by Hurricane Ida was previously released.
In addition, President Biden instructed the Federal Aviation Administration to cooperate with the power companies in Louisiana and Mississippi so that they can use surveillance drones to further resolve any damage caused-while also assisting the Federal Communications Commission and the provision of mobile services And allow affected customers to transfer to another provider when the service is interrupted without any penalty.
Biden concluded his comments on the hurricane, noting that [It caused] Six people died, and approximately 1 million homes in Louisiana and Mississippi were without electricity. Ada is so powerful that it temporarily changed the direction and flow of the Mississippi River. Too many people and too many areas are still unprotected and have seen devastating storm surge flooding. “
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