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The Lessons of Katrina Will Be Useful after Harvey

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by Dylan Scott

It will take years for Houston to rebuild from Hurricane Harvey. One essential part of that recovery will be reassembling the city’s medical capacity and infrastructure.

The New York Times published a harrowing report Monday on the city’s hospitals and nursing homes that are heroically seeking to provide care and shelter for Houstonians in need, while also enduring flooding and other dangers themselves.

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