Harvey news week of 11/26

Above photo by Chris Aluka Berry for Reuters

HOUSEHOLD EXPOSURE CONCERNS FOR HIV+ DISASTER SURVIVORS  

HIV positive patients and their doctors are concerned with Harvey-related complications.  Missed medications, stress over displacement, crowded temporary housing, exposure to mold and contaminated floodwaters pose a special risk to the weakened immune systems of HIV patients. (Kaiser Health News)

FOLLOWING THE NUMBERS 

A new accountability scorecard has been released tracking the spending of federal funds, private charities and the Red Cross during Harvey recovery. (The Texas Tribune)

CHILD HOMELESSNESS ASSESSED

More than three months after Hurricane Harvey 22,000 school-aged children remain in precarious housing. (Newsweek)