November 20, 2019

CTO statement on Hurricane Irma

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As churns its way towards the northern and the northern Caribbean, including the Bahamas, Cuba and Haiti as a dangerous category 5 storm, the expresses concern for residents and visitors in the countries that are in the hurricane’s projected path, and pray that the impact will be reduced.

We have been in contact with our members and they assure us that they have been taking all the necessary steps to ensure that they are in a state of readiness.

We take this storm seriously. The safety of the Caribbean’s citizens and our visitors is the number one concern for the authorities and emergency response teams throughout the region.

The is actively monitoring the hurricane and will share updates from our member countries as they become available.

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  1. […] Source: Cayman Eye News As Hurricane Irma churns its way towards the northern Leeward Islands and the northern Caribbean, including the Bahamas, Cuba and Haiti as a dangerous category 5 storm, the Caribbean Tourism Organization expresses concern for residents and visitors in the countries that are in the hurricane’s projected path, and pray that… Link: CTO statement on Hurricane Irma […]

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