The eye of Tropical Storm Franklin, which made landfall this Wednesday on the southern coast of the Dominican Republic, near Barahona, has left the northern coast to join Atlantic waters and is moving away from the country, but the system continues to leave “heavy rains and floods”. in its wake, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) reported.
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Resumption of all activities this Thursday
It was planned that this Thursday from 08:00 local time (12:00 GMT) all activities would resume, including school activities, canceled since Tuesday noon.
The local newspaper El New Diario informed that the airports operated by the Aerodom company are operating normally and, so far, no significant damage has been reported in the country’s hotel infrastructure.
However, the alert levels declared throughout the Dominican Republic are maintained, with 25 provinces in red and 7 in yellow, and this Thursday they will be reviewed according to the behavior of the rains.