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The days of virtually traveling to a pristine beach are nearly over as the Caribbean slowly begins to reopen its borders to tourists, some of which are welcoming Americans.
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This idyllic British Caribbean island was barely touched by COVID-19 with just three confirmed cases since the pandemic began, and now, with its June 18, 2020 situation report, the World Health Organization has declared Anguilla COVID-free. In an effort to keep it this way, the island’s borders remain closed to commercial international traffic through July 14, 2020. In a world changed by coronavirus, Anguilla is set to provide pristine beaches, secluded resorts, like the Shoal Bay Villas, and a sublime opportunity for you to truly get away from the madness of the current events news cycle. Another plus is that Anguilla is also one of the 12 least crowded Caribbean Islands.
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