"The reality is that we just need to look around. Supermarkets are open, and things are going back to normal," Alejandro De La Campa, FEMA's director in Puerto Rico told NPR. "If we're giving free water and food, that means that families are not going to supermarkets to buy."
But a third of Puerto Rico still lacks electricity, some areas still don't have running water, while FEMA has said "only about 1 percent of islanders still need emergency food and water," NPR reported.
They've achieved 100% Blackwater goon coverage?