Boracay Island is banned for maintenance in the Philippines

Boracay Island is banned for maintenance in the Philippines

Tourist spot to undergo recovery after President Rodrigo Duterte watch video of sewage pouring into the sea from an island beach

Ban will hurt at least 30,000 peopleReuters / Erik De Castro / 26.4.2018The main tourist destination in the Philippines, Boracay Island was seized on Thursday by volunteers cleaning up almost empty beaches and workers covering shops with siding, at the start of a government-mandated six-month intervention to reform. retrieve the location.For the first time in years, Boracay's most famous beach was almost deserted.There was no sign of the rows of sunbathing umbrellas and sunbathers or the tourists and hawkers who characterized the explosive and uncontrolled growth of the once-tranquil island paradise.Island closed at midnightBoracay was officially closed to non-residents at midnight on Wednesday to undergo a recovery ordered by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who was disgusted by a video of black sewage pouring into the sea from a Boracay beach.The ban is expected to affect the livelihood of the estimated 30,000 people who depend on the 2 million annual visitors, but ...


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