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The reopening of the island’s attractions is welcomed by Beverley Creary-Green (r), who is happy that she can again sell her handmade trinkets at Mystic Mountain. Here she shows off her handy-work to Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett (centre).
Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett (r) inspects a new J$18 million ambulance recently donated to the Negril Fire station by the Tourism Enhancement Fund. Looking on are Member of Parliament, Western Westmoreland, Dr. Wykeham McNeill (2nd r), and Jamaica Fire Brigade Deputy Commissioner in charge of Operations, Kevin Haughton.
Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett (l) examines facilities at Riu Palace Tropical Bay, Negril, during a recent tour of tourism entities in Westmoreland to assess compliance with tourism COVID-19 health protocols. With him are General Manager, Miguel Catena (c) and Fabio Batista Production Manager.

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