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Insurance Coverage for Lost Income Due to Supply or Manufacturing Problems in Puerto Rico

October 25, 2017, Covington Alert

Last month, Hurricanes Irma and Maria battered Puerto Rico, which is a major center of pharmaceutical manufacturing. Damage there to property, roads, bridges, communications, power, and water systems may take months or more to repair. Some, including the FDA, have expressed concern that the damage could lead to shortages of important drugs, medical devices, and supplies. Manufacturers both inside and outside Puerto Rico may have to contend with serious supply-chain disruptions. These disruptions could result in substantial losses to businesses with supply chains that pass directly or indirectly through Puerto Rico.

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