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BVI Post-Hurricane Irma #BVIStrong

Check out this BVI Reborn video shared by the BVI Tourist Board!

 

 

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Hurricane Irma update #BVIstrong

In the aftermath of the strongest Atlantic hurricane in recorded history, communities throughout the islands of the Caribbean are coming together to rebuild in order to be ready to support the upcoming winter season. Charter fleets are repositioning vessels, beach bars are scrambling to rebuild, supply chains are already re-established and slowly, but unfailingly, the vision of the future is looking optimistic. In the BVI, it is reported that 8,300 people have been displaced and in a briefing earlier this week, Premier Dr.

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Hurricanes Irma and Maria

Paraquita Bay Tortola BVI ReutersAs Hurricane Irma carved its vicious path of destruction across the Leeward Islands and then continued her course to ravage the Virgin Islands before heading for Cuba and the Florida Keys, the communities of the Caribbean islands, still reeling from the impact, stood strong and defiant as the wheels of various relief efforts started to turn.

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Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts in the BVI

After suffering a direct hit from the category 5 Hurricane Irma, the BVI is still in a state of emergency. Thousands lost their houses, their businesses, and some were hurt or killed. The relief effort is underway and here are some links to follow to see how you can help:

The Director of Tourism for the British Virgin Islands Sharon Flax-Brutus shared https://www.pledgeling.com/virgin-islands-recovery/

BVI Relief Website: https://bvirelief.com/

BVI Irma Relief: www.bviirmarelief.org

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