October 11: Yamiles Vazquez poses with her baby Joy on a section of her family’s damaged property in Aibonito, Puerto Rico. Via Getty

It’s been three weeks since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Less than 20% of the population has electricity. Only 64% of the U.S. territory has access to clean drinking water. While President Trump tried to assure everyone that relief efforts were going great, pictures from the island this week reveal a different story.

October 12: Francisco Zamoro, 69, poses while working to repair his destroyed home in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. He said FEMA has not visited his neighborhood. The area is without running water or grid power as a nightly curfew remains in effect. Via Getty

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October 12: Luz Sota Rivera (C) and Francisco Nazario Aviles pose outside their damaged home, with debris removed from their home uncollected in the driveway in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. The area is without running water or grid power as a nightly curfew remains in effect. Via Getty
October 12: People play basketball in front of an area that was hit by a mudslide in Utuado, Puerto Rico. The area is without running water or grid power as a nightly curfew remains in effect. Via Getty
October 12: Members of the Martinez family stand in their backyward in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. Their home and others in the area are without running water or grid power. Via Getty

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October 11: Men work repairing a partially destroyed bar in Aibonito, Puerto Rico three weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island. The area is without running water or grid power as a nightly curfew remains in effect. Despite multiple visits from FEMA, the town has yet to receive any FEMA aid. Via Getty
October 11: Sonia Torres poses in her destroyed home, in Aibonito, Puerto Rico, while taking a break from cleaning. Via Getty
October 11: A man fills a generator with gas to power a bar on a darkened street with car headlights in the distance in Aibonito, Puerto Rico. The area is without running water or grid power. Despite multiple visits from FEMA, the town has yet to receive any FEMA aid. Via Getty

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October 11: Worshippers gather for evening mass at the town Catholic church in Aibonito, Puerto Rico three weeks after Hurricane Maria hit. The evening mass is now held before sunset due to a lack of electricity. Via Getty
October 11: Men gather at a partially destroyed bar in Aibonito, Puerto Rico. The area is without running water or grid power as a nightly curfew remains in effect. Via Getty
October 11: A police car patrols on a darkened street in Aibonito, Puerto Rico. The area is without running water or grid power as a nightly curfew remains in effect. Via Getty

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October 11: Luis Suarez stands outside his damaged home three weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island, in Aibonito, Puerto Rico.
October 10: Israel Gonzales, 84, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer, rests after walking up the hillside back to his home after picking coffeee beans to earn extra money, in Pellejas, Adjuntas municipality, Puerto Rico. His house and others in the area have no electricity or running water.
October 10: Community members walk up to their houses after working to clear the street of debris in Pellejas, Adjuntas municipality, Puerto Rico. The men said they have received virtually no govenmental assistance and their houses have no electricity or running water. Via Getty

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October 10: A man sits nearly three weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island, in Utuado, Puerto Rico. Most of the municipality is without running water or grid power. Via Getty
October 10: Yanira Rios collects spring water for her house in Utuado, Puerto Rico, nearly three weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island. Her house and most of the municipality is without running water or grid power. Via Getty
October 10: Migdalia Aceuedo (R) and her son Mathews Rosado Aceuedo collect spring water for their house by a downed power line nearly three weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island in Utuado, Puerto Rico. Their house and most of the municipality is without running water or grid power. Via Getty

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October 9: Arian Rodriguez covers himself with a tarp as residents wait in the rain to register with FEMA in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. Residents said many had been waiting on line outside for more than seven hours. Most of the municipality is without water or power. Via Getty
October 9: People fill potable water from a truck in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. Most of the municipality is without water or power. Via Getty
October 9: Efrain Diaz Figueroa spends the afternoon sitting on a chair next to the remains of the house of his sister destroyed by Hurricane Maria in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Figueroa, who was visiting for a month at her sister Eneida’s house when the Hurricane Maria hit the area, also lost her home in the Arroyo community. Via AP

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October 9: Mud remains in a room of the Reyes family’s house after Hurricane Maria hit the island in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. An approximately 9-foot tall mudslide hit the house, butting up close to the top of the roof. Via Getty
October 9: Efrain Diaz Figueroa talks to volunteers from “Caritas” at the remains of the house of his sister destroyed by Hurricane Maria in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Via AP
October 8: People cross the Espiritu Santo river during heavy afternoon rains in Palmer, Puerto Rico. Only 11.7 percent of Puerto Rico’s electricity has been restored and some residents are going to the river to cool off and relax while others go to bathe, wash clothes, or gather water. Via Getty

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October 8: Lorna Fraguada, who has no running water or power in her home, washes clothes in the Espiritu Santo river before heavy rains hit in Palmer, Puerto Rico. Only 11.7 percent of Puerto Rico’s electricity has been restored and some residents are going to the river to bathe, wash clothes, gather water and/or cool off. Via Getty
October 8: A woman washes her hair in the Espiritu Santo river in Palmer, Puerto Rico more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island. Only 11.7 percent of Puerto Rico’s electricity has been restored and some residents are going to the river to cool off, wash clothes, gather water or bathe. Via Getty
October 8: A man clears destroyed tree branches in a neighborhood without grid electricity in San Isidro, Puerto Rico more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island. Via Getty

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October 8: Women pray following Sunday mass in a neighborhood without grid electricity more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island in San Isidro, Puerto Rico. Via Getty
October 8: A man dives into the Espiritu Santo river, in a hurricane-damaged section of forest, before heavy afternoon rains more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island, in Palmer, Puerto Rico. Only 11.7 percent of Puerto Rico’s electricity has been restored and some residents are going to the river to cool off and relax while others go to bathe, wash clothes, or gather water. Via Getty