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In a significant step for the recovery of the Abaco islands of The Bahamas, the Abaco Beach Resort is reopening on Nov. 1, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The relaunch of the resort comes in time for The Bahamas’ new travel protocols, which will waive the mandatory quarantine period and take effect on Nov. 1. 

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United Airlines is set for a major relaunch of its Caribbean service in November and December, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The company plans to increase service on more than 40 Caribbean and Mexican “beach” routes in November.

In all, United is bring back or expanding service on 26 different routes in the wider Caribbean-Mexico region. 

That will include the resumption of service to six Caribbean destinations, including Antigua, Curacao, Grand Cayman, Nassau, Saint Lucia and Roatan. 

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The United States Virgin Islands is once again open for tourism. 

The territory began welcoming back visitors last week, with hotels across the island open and operating, following a one-month “pause” in tourism to curtail the spread of COVID-19.

That includes properties like the Ritz-Carlton, St Thomas; the Secret Harbour Beach Resort in St Thomas and St Croix’s legendary Buccaneer resort, among others. 

Another of the US Virgin Islands’ most popular resorts, the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort in St Thomas, is currently taking reservations for stays beginning Oct. 1, according to the property’s Web site. 

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The British Virgin Islands is officially reopening for international tourism in December, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The beloved Caribbean archipelago will reopen to visitors on Dec. 1, according to British Virgin Islands Premier Andrew A. Fahie. 

“The Territory has two full months to prepare and we as a people must get it right and we must get it done by all working together, both the Government and  private sector,” Fahie said. 

Fahie said the BVI’s government intended to reopen the BVI in the “safest way possible, using science and technology as a guide.”

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