The Emergency Operations Center (COE) of Dominican Republic reported this Monday that 1,375 people were displaced from their homes due to the rains associated with tropical depression Grace.
The cyclone also damaged 275 homes, as well as 33 aqueducts, which has affected 341,530 users of the drinking water service, according to the balance.
Likewise, the COE ratified the red alert for 21 provinces, including the capital, while the rest of the country is on yellow alert.
The National Meteorological Office maintains an alert for probable tropical storm conditions for the entire perimeter of the country, both on the Caribbean and Atlantic coasts.
The weather forecast indicates that Grace is located about 260 km east / southeast of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and 825 km east of Montego Bay, Jamaica, moving west at about 24 km / h with maximum sustained winds of 55 km / h.
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