On Tuesday, October 10th, a team of doctors, students and PHSU staff visited the town of Jayuya where they gave medical care to over 60 people. On this trip they also visited a remote community called Tetuán I, II and III located between Jayuya and Utuado. This community composed of about 150 families had been completely cut off as their bridges were washed away. The PHSU team was the first medical aid that this village had received.
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