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The Bahamas needs your tourist dollars: Here's where you can still visit
by Lilit Marcus, CNN
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10 September 2019
On 10 September 2019 CNN reported:
After Hurricane Dorian tore a path of destruction through the Atlantic, images and stories began to emerge from the Abacos and other Bahamian islands that had been devastated by the Category 5 storm. As these islands begin the slow work of rebuilding, other Bahamian islands remain untouched and open for business. This is good news, as about 60 percent of the country's revenue comes directly and indirectly from tourism.
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