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The people of Puerto Rico, an island ravaged by hurricane damage, are resilient as they slowly recover and rebuild. For a place that relies heavily on tourism, it is a long, slow road to normal operation. Some hotels remain closed as electricity and water systems are being repaired, but it would be a mistake to overlook Puerto Rico as a popular destination this spring and summer. Now, more than ever, it’s time to support the island.
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