Thirty-six Florida hospitals were forced to close their doors to the public, casualties of Hurricane Irma’s destructive path running up the length of the Sunshine State.

Nearly 12 percent of the state’s more than 300 hospitals decided to close thanks to Irma—the closures primarily were taken as precautionary measures in advance of the hurricane’s arrival, according to the Florida Hospital Association.

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