Hurricane Ida has fortunately been downgraded to “just” a tropical storm, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t done damage and won’t continue to do damage. Over a million customers are without power in the storm’s path, and government officials ask that people stay home.
Some, of course, are staying home because they can’t get out. According to The Wall Street Journal, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards said that roads are full of hazards — including downed power lines and debris. In New Orleans, even 911 centers had problems.
No power to work at home. No way to drive into an office (which probably doesn’t have