Gov’t decision to provide safe harbour for cruise ships could pay off

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Government’s decision to accommodate over a dozen cruise ships that were denied entry to ports across the region could pay off big dividends once the threat of COVID-19 passes. Tourism Minister Kerrie Symmonds told a media conference on Sunday that Barbados’ “humanitarian stance” has been quietly gaining respect from the international community. On Saturday night, […]

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