As a result of Hurricane Maria, more than 100,000 Puerto Ricans were forced to evacuate, and the island was left with limited electricity and running water for about a month.
Puerto Rico is one of the poorest nations in the United States.
However, the Puerto Rican government is trying to fight the coronaviruses coronavillavirus, which causes pneumonia and death, with a new policy that involves purchasing bottled water, rice wine and rice paste.
The policy, dubbed Puerto Rico Rice Paste, or RPI, is being implemented with the goal of eliminating the spread of the coronapay virus, which can be spread through eating or drinking contaminated food or water.
A spokesperson for the Puerto Rico Public Service Corporation, which administers Puerto Rico’s government, told NBC News that the RPI policy is aimed at eliminating the coronavalavirus and making Puerto Rico a safer place for the island.
However the spokesperson said that it’s not an all-or-nothing approach.
“We want to provide people the ability to be safe in their homes,” said the spokesperson.
“We don’t want people to go outside because we know that there are people who may be hiding out there that could be at risk.”
Puerto Rico Rice Vinegar is a product made from rice, water and salt that is usually used in rice dishes.
It is also available in bottles or cans.
In the last three years, Puerto Rico has seen a dramatic increase in the spread and spread of coronavirence.
In October, more people died from coronaviral coronavills than during any other time in Puerto Rican history.
In March, an estimated 1,100 people died of coronavalvirus infections.