Travel advisory: Crazying Hurricane Irma is causing devastation and disruption to Hawaii’s tourism industry and impacting the state’s economy, according to a travel advisory issued by Travel Advisers.
Travel Advisory issued Oct. 4, 2018.
Travel advisory issued Oct 5, 2018 Travel advisory was updated Oct. 6, 2018Travel advisory was modified Oct. 10, 2018We do not recommend that you travel to Hawaii due to the potential threat of Hurricane Irma, according the advisory.
Travel Advisors recommends that you do not travel to the islands of Maui and Kauai due to possible impacts from Hurricane Irma.
The advisory says that people should not travel outside of the islands until the storm passes.
The advisory also warns of the possibility of damage and flooding to roads and bridges, and the possibility that roads and other infrastructure could be destroyed.
The state of Hawaii is experiencing widespread flooding.
There are currently 20 people confirmed dead and many more missing, and thousands of homes have been destroyed or destroyed completely.
More than 1,000 people have been injured, and some are still missing.
A number of state and local governments have closed their offices, as well as the governor’s office and the State Department of Health and Human Services.
The state is on lockdown.
The storm is expected to make landfall between Hawaii and Puerto Rico later in the afternoon.
More information about Hurricane Irma can be found on the National Hurricane Center website.
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