Dominican Republic officials tried to reassure travelers that U.S. federal agencies and health specialists were looking into the string of American tourist deaths that have happened at resorts.
SAN PEDRO DE MACORIS, Dominican Republic — The grounds and orchid-filled interior of the Grand Bahia Principe Resort appear half-empty. Dozens of …
Teams of experts and inspectors from several international agencies are conducting tests at resorts in the Dominican Republic where at least three U.S. tourists died suddenly in their rooms.
Dominican government tourism officials sought to reassure U.S. tourists Wednesday in a lengthy statement that stressed that U.S. federal agents and health specialists have taken an active role in investigating the rash of deaths of Americans vacationing on the popular Caribbean island.
Three vacationers have mysteriously died at sister resorts in the Dominican Republic. A Taunton man says he became sick right after staying at one of those resorts.