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It’s official: Hotels in Dominican Republic are heading for a total closure in the coming days

It's official: Hotels in Dominican Republic are heading for a total closure in the coming days

Photo: courtesy of the Ministry of Tourism of Dominican Republic

The hotels on the East coast are gradually closing their doors, laying off staff, concluding with the stay of the few tourists staying and waiting for the ferry flights (charter) to return their guests to their countries.

The hotel sector, which buys five billion just in agro-industrial sector items alone, has been severely impacted by the effects of the coronavirus, as confirmed by Ernesto Veloz, president of the Association of Hotels in the Eastern Zone, which was appreciated in a tour carried out by journalists from LISTIN DIARIO.

What happens in Bávaro Punta Cana is extrapolated to Bayahibe. In these destinations for the weekend and beginning of the next, the stays will be minimal, if not null.

The situations that arise are not only large losses but what it has generated between employees and employers of some hotels, which in the case of the Majestic, involved a confrontation of staff with police officers.

Source: Dominican Today

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