Tourism Brigades remove debris on the boardwalk and beaches of Las Terrenas
The brigades are on the seawall of Las Terrenas, as well as on the beaches of El Portillo, Punta Popy, Las Ballenas and Bonita.
Brigades of the Ministry of Tourism and the municipality of Las Terrenas are working on the cleaning of the debris left by Hurricane Fiona on several beaches in this municipality of Samaná.
The brigades are on the boardwalk of Las Terrenas, as well as on the beaches of El Portillo, Punta Popy, Las Ballenas and Bonita, where they have removed trunks, branches and other debris.
The information was offered by the Ministry through its social network Twitter. “Our team together with brigade of the municipality of Las Terrenas, carry out cleanup work and removal of damage caused by Hurricane Fiona.”
The Executive Branch issued decree 537-22, through which the necessary procedures for the relief of the provinces most affected by Hurricane Fiona, such as La Altagracia, La Romana, El Seibo, Samaná, Hato Mayor, María Trinidad Sánchez, Duarte and Monte Plata, are declared an emergency.
Tourism evaluates the damage to the Miches Pier
In view of the damage caused by Hurricane Fiona in the Eastern region, a brigade of the Ministry of Tourism went to this area to evaluate the damage caused to the tourist pier of Miches, in El Seibo.
Through its Twitter account, the Ministry also reported that they continue with the cleaning day in this area:
“In Miches the cleanup days continue, a destination also affected after the passage of Hurricane Fiona. We are in charge of carrying out a survey of the damages, taking as a priority our people and the reconstruction of the pier”.
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