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Ground level view of life in the DR. Puerto Plata's Mount Isabel de Torres looms in the distance (Source Melinda Mose)
Joaquin de Nobriga
As the coronavirus crisis grips the planet, we here at Dominican Today wish to provide clarity and decrease confusion during these days of heightened chaos. Therefore, I wished to reassure our readers that all articles at Dominican Today are correctly sourced, thoroughly legitimate, and gathered from top credible journalists, news agencies, and accredited media outlets around the Dominican Republic.
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