Good morning on this beautiful Saturday morning,

I love these types of articles, whether they be Aruba-specific or about the Caribbean in general and the various islands' dependence on mass-marketed tourism. They make you think.

As I mentioned on the another similar thread, it shows the precarious position many islands are currently in. There's that delicate balance that (and let's confine our comments to Aruba here) is trying to be attained between opening the island to tourism enough so that people are re-employed and sufficient numbers of visitors are arriving to make it worthwhile to re-open businesses, and keeping residents and visitors safe from a virus which cares nothing for anyone, anywhere.