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  • Tourist attractions in the Keys start to reopen after Hurricane Irma

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In the Florida Keys, where tourism is the top industry, local attractions and hotels are trying to open as quickly as possible to restart the region's economy. Attractions in the Middle and Lower Keys were impacted the most, while Key West and Key Largo were largely spared. Chabeli Herrera Miami Herald Staff

In the Keys, Irma ‘knocked out’ the tourism industry. Now, the race to recovery is on

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