Hurricane Eta downgrades 1 in central America

By Anayansi Rivas

The coronavirus pandemic has hit Central Americans hard, leaving mourning, pain and misery, now hurricane Eta leaves flooding, destruction of its infrastructures, and more mourning, increasing the economic crisis that these countries are already experiencing.

In Nicaragua it is expected that for the early hours of this Wednesday 4 November Eta continue to decline to category 1, then it will move to the municipalities of San José de Bocay and Wiwilí de Jinotega, becoming a tropical storm with an intensity of winds between the 65 kilometers per hour (kph).

While in Honduras and El Salvador, evacuations continue, hundreds of sheltered, families in extreme poverty, they continue to be the hardest hit by being in high-risk areas.

Eta hits Nicaragua hard.