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CEO Petra Roach: “Grenada Is Open”

By: Joe Pike

Only one day after Hurricane Beryl slammed the Eastern Caribbean, Grenada’s flights were up and running.

The sister islands, however, did not do so well as Petra Roach, CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority, said both Carriacou and Martinique were both heavily impacted with full recovery not expected for “a good while.”

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