Monday, October 9, 2017
New York.- Tourism in the Florida keys, in the United States, will be resumed soon, after recovery works to repair the damage caused by Hurricane Irma.
Local tourist authorities will also launch a media campaign that will cost one million dollars.
On most of the keys, power and water were restored, although works continue to reestablish cable and Internet services.
Traffic by road was resumed on September 19, only for residents, business owners and aid workers first.
In that regard, sources from the sector recommended holidaymakers to contact the hotels where they plan to stay to learn if they will be operational.