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The latest Dorian updates as MCO reopens and Bahamas sends out first reports

TORONTO — There are two ways the travel industry can help the Bahamas get back on its feet. Get the word out about donations for relief and recovery. And make sure winter sun clients know that the vast majority of the islands in the Bahamas, including New Providence, home to Nassau and some of the biggest resorts, weathered the storm with no major damage.
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