SAN JUAN In San Juan’s post offices, it feels lately as though all of America has started sending care packages. And that’s a lot work.
Thousands upon thousands of parcels have finally started pouring in on flights from the mainland. They are stuffed into giant silver containers, off-loaded at a special cargo area at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport and driven to two processing facilities.
But since Hurricane Maria cut a terrible path across Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, the logistics of handling all the packages have been daunting.