Tourism Workers Receive Training for Industry Re-Opening

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- The Ministry of Tourism and Aviation recently held a workshop at the British Colonial Hilton for tourism industry workers to prepare for imminent re-opening of the tourism industry.  Beach vendors, tour and taxi drivers, straw vendors, boat and jet ski operators, hair braiders and food vendors all participated.  (BIS Photos/Kemuel Stubbs)

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