Montserrat Volcano Closely Watched

Although Montserrat has seen heightened activity of the Soufriere Hills Volcano in the south of the island, the Caribbean island is still welcoming visitors. The north side Montserrat, dubbed the safe zone after Soufriere's eruptions, remains safe for visitors and residents. All businesses, including the airport and port at Little Bay continue normal operations. Scientists at the Montserrat Volcano Observatory are closely monitoring the recent volcanic activity. Updates can be obtained at [www.mvo.ms].

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