These Are The Most Restrictive Places On Earth

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Barbuda

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This small country located in the Caribbean is typically associated with its larger counterpart, Antigua. Due to the devastating effects of Hurricane Irma, in September 2017, Barbuda was declared uninhabitable due to the devastation. Countless people lost their homes and had to migrate either to Antigua or fellow neighboring countries for support in education, and work. Until support efforts can restore the country back to qualities able to sustain life, this country is now restricted to public access. Only relief management, and infrastructure experts, and government bodies can enter the country at this time. It’s daunting to think about the ways nature can completely transform a place for accessible to inaccessible.

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