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South Coast Accommodation Providers Reeling From Impact Of Beryl | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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South coast accommodation providers reeling from impact of Beryl

Robin Russell
 
Local hoteliers are reporting no major damage from the passage of Hurricane Beryl last week.
 
But President of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA), Robin Russell, says based on his reports, a number of accommodation providers along the south coast are reeling from the impact of Beryl.
 
He explained that a large number of the players on the south coast are home and short stay providers, along with airbnbs, therefore they not officially JHTA members. 
 
He noted that there are affected by loss of power, loss of water, and damage to property, adding that it will take a while longer for them to resume operations. 
 
"We need to be cognizant of necessary resources to be put in place and we're going to be working assiduously to make that happen, whether through private or public sector. Right now, we organising some kind of relief through the JHTA to see how best we can go down there and help support," he said. 
 
However, Mr. Russell said the situation was more favourable on the north coast and in Negril as there was no significant damage to hotel infrastructure. 
 
He was speaking in an interview with Radio Jamaica News.


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