Drone Footage On The Island Of Maldives

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 Drone Footage On The Island Of Maldives

Uploaded on May 3,2020

Many vacationers are as yet abandoned in the Maldives, an island country known for its extravagance resorts 
(CNN) — There are more regrettable spots to hold up out a pandemic. 
Several voyagers are as yet stuck in the Maldives, Ali Waheed, the nation's travel industry serve told CNN's Richard Quest, over a month after the novel coronavirus showed up there. 
Waheed said there were around 500 visitors on the islands, with 100 of them abandoned at the air terminal. The administration is helping individuals who can't bear to keep remaining in resorts. 
The island country in the Indian Ocean is known for its extravagance resorts, and the travel industry there has been shaken by the coronavirus pandemic as the nation shut its national outskirts and dropped flights. 
Toward the beginning of April, the New York Times wrote about existence for one couple stuck there on a ceaseless special first night. "There is no place to go. The couple rule like-kind yet hostage sovereigns over their islet. The days are long and apathetic. They snooze, swim, relax by the pool, rehash," the NYT composed. 


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