White Beach, on Boracay, in the Philippines. Photo: ShutterstockWhite Beach, on Boracay, in the Philippines. Photo: Shutterstock
White Beach, on Boracay, in the Philippines. Photo: Shutterstock

Can the Philippine island of Boracay survive back-to-back lockdowns?

  • A mere 21 months after a first closure, for restoration work, the popular tourist destination is struggling with another
  • Now its resilient resort and bar owners are adjusting to a slower pace of life, as they watch the coffers empty

Topic |   The Philippines
White Beach, on Boracay, in the Philippines. Photo: ShutterstockWhite Beach, on Boracay, in the Philippines. Photo: Shutterstock
White Beach, on Boracay, in the Philippines. Photo: Shutterstock
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