Pedro Pierluisi warns that not all schools will have air conditioners to deal with extreme heat

Pedro Pierluisi warns that not all schools will have air conditioners to deal with extreme heat

At a time when spring is just beginning and a disaster event is forecast extreme heatthe governor Pedro Pierluisi acknowledged this Tuesday that not all public schools They will have air conditioners, but he announced that other mitigation measures will be taken, such as the installation of water fountains, changes in school uniforms and the purchase of fans for classrooms.

“A large number of fans have already been purchased and installed in schools. But that process continues. The Secretary (Yanira Raices Vega) has an ongoing initiative to address the heat issue and it has multiple aspects. There is the question of fans, such as water fountain systems, among others. But the secretary is the one who can give the details,” said the first executive to questions from The new day.

Temperatures are forecast to be higher than those experienced last year, when classes were even suspended due to extreme heat. This Tuesday, for example, National Weather Service reported that the heat index would be between 102 and 107 degrees Fahrenheit on the coasts, especially in the northwest and west of the island.

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