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Ambergris Caye
Yesterday at 10:31 PM

I'm considering coming down to San Pedro for a dive trip. I'd like to find out information about getting a COVID-19 test for returning to the United States. So here are my questions:

(1) Where are COVID-19 tests offered?
(2) Approximate price? Cash? Credit Card?
(3) What days are the tests offered?
(4) How are the results provided (print, email, etc)?
(5) How long does it take to get the results?

I appreciate your help and consideration.

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Yesterday at 02:29 PM
Thank you for so interesting interview!
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Yesterday at 01:12 PM
Beautiful Elbert........
Thanks; great way to wake up to.....
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Yesterday at 12:43 PM
On Ambergris Caye this morning we have a breeze from the East at 5 mph creating a flat calm sea condition around our barrier reef. It's a beautiful morning with an expected high temperature for the day of 88 f.
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Yesterday at 12:35 PM
General Forecast
Morning Forecast

July 24, 2021, 6:00 AM
General Situation

24-Hour Forecast

Marine Conditions
Light and Variable
Light Chop WAVES 2-4 ft
Temperatures COAST 89 F | 82 F
32 C | 28 C
94 F | 76 F
34 C | 24 C
84 F | 68 F
29 C | 20 C

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07/23/21 08:21 PM
Flood Forecast Report for today July 23, 2021

River Conditions

REGION 7 - Levels recorded today on the RIO HONDO at Blue Creek, San Antonio, San Roman, Santa Cruz and Douglas to the Coast are near normal and steady. On the NEW RIVER at Tower Hill and at Caledonia, levels are normal and steady.

REGION 9 - On the MACAL RIVER, reservoir levels at all BECOL facilities are below the spillways; and at San Ignacio, levels remain below the low-level bridge and steady. Levels on the MOPAN RIVER at Benque Viejo Town is near normal and steady.

Levels on the BELIZE RIVER at the Double Run is below normal and steady. The CROOKED TREE LAGOON remains below the causeway and increasing slowly.

REGION 11 - Levels recorded on the SIBUN RIVER at Freetown Sibun is below normal and rising. Levels on the SOUTHERN LAGOON near Gales Point Village is normal and steady. River levels in watersheds on the EASTERN SLOPES OF THE MAYAN MOUNTAINS is normal and steady. The SITTEE RIVER at Kendal Bridge is near normal levels. The Swasey and Bladen branches of the MONKEY RIVER is below normal. Levels on the DEEP RIVER at Medina Bank is below normal and decreasing. The RIO GRANDE at San Pedro Columbia is above normal and steady; and at Big Falls South, levels are above normal and receding. Levels on the MOHO RIVER at Blue Creek South and Jordan are above normal and receding. Levels on the TEMASH RIVER at Crique Sarco is above normal.

REGION 13 - On the SARSTOON RIVER, levels are above normal.


REGION 7 - Levels on the RIO HONDO at Blue Creek, San Antonio, San Roman, Santa Cruz and Douglas to the Coast, are expected to increase to above normal levels. On the NEW RIVER at Tower Hill and at Caledonia, levels are expected to increase to above normal levels.

REGION 9 - On the MACAL RIVER, at all BECOL facilities, reservoir levels are expected to remain below the spillways; and at San Ignacio, levels are expected to remail below the low-level bridge. On the MOPAN RIVER at Benque Viejo Town, levels are expected to increase to above normal.

On the BELIZE RIVER at Double Run, increasing river levels is expected; and on the CROOKED TREE LAGOON, expected to remain below the causeway with minimal increase in levels.

REGION 11- On the SIBUN RIVER at Freetown Sibun, levels are expected to increase to above normal levels. On the SOUTHERN LAGOON near Gales Point Village, lagoon levels are expected to increase minimally. In the watersheds on the EASTERN SLOPES OF THE MAYAN MOUNTAINS river levels are expected to increase. The SITTEE RIVER at Kendal Bridge is expected to increase to above normal levels. On the Swasey and Bladen branches of the MONKEY RIVER, above normal levels are expected. On the RIO GRANDE at San Pedro Columbia and Big Falls South levels are expected to increase. On the MOHO RIVER at Blue Creek South and Jordan, above normal levels are expected to continue. On the TEMASH RIVER at Crique Sarco, above normal level is expected to continue.

REGIONS 13 - On the SARSTOON RIVER, levels are expected to remain at above normal levels.

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07/23/21 05:59 PM
Present Condition: Mostly cloudy, including in San Pedro. A slightly moist northeasterly airflow prevails over the area.

24hr Forecast: Cloudy spells with a few showers and isolated thunderstorms mainly over the south. Elsewhere showers or thunderstorms will be isolated.

Outlook: For Saturday afternoon to Sunday midday is for mostly fair and warm weather conditions to prevail.

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07/23/21 04:07 PM
Belize contingent parading at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Opening Ceremony! Go Belize

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Belize Delegates At The Opening Of The Tokyo Olympics!v Shaun Gill, Samantha Dirks & Deon Sutherland (President Of Belize Athletics Association)

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07/23/21 04:04 PM
The Belize Tourism Board has a short video out to kick off their new 'Grab Life' marketing campaign. Xunantunich Archaeological Reserve is in it, from below and above.

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07/23/21 02:20 PM
The Caribbean winds are now coming down from the NE and they have patches of significant clouds. There a a lot of high level cloud from the SW and other coming up from ITCZ activity over Honduras.

Looks as if it will be mainly cloudy today, and patches of rain occurring through much of the day

Probably continuing into the night

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Temperatures in Belmopan : (Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler)
Last Night 26C 78F Yesterday max. 32C 89F Yesterday Rain 0.2 mm (0.01") Over Night Rain 0.4 mm (0.02")
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07/23/21 12:04 PM
Multiple tropical waves are tracking across the Atlantic Ocean basin, and will bring periodic (on/off) squally weather this weekend into mid-week next week, July 22-27, 2021. However, no cyclone formation is anticipated

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07/23/21 12:02 PM

Belize Weather Forecast: July 23, 2021

General Situation:
Ambergris Caye: Conditions this morning by Elbert just before or after this post!
Belize NMS: Present Condition: Partly cloudy this morning, less so in the far north. Clearing as the day goes on. Mostly clear in San Pedro. Generally fair weather prevails.
Advisories: None.
24-hour forecast: Sunny today and partly cloudy skies tonight. Showers or thunderstorms will be isolated.
Winds: E-NE, 5-15 kts
Sea State: Light Chop
Waves: 2-4 ft
Sea Surface Temperature (°f): 85
Outlook: For Saturday and Saturday night is for only isolated showers.
Sargassum Forecast from July 20 to July 28: There continues to be a medium chance of sargassum affecting beaches mainly over the northern parts of the country. San Pedro has a medium probability and a moderate impact.
Tropical Weather Outlook: Tropical cyclone formation is not expected in the North Atlantic, the Caribbean Sea or the Gulf of Mexico within the next 48 hours. Click for more...

Marine Conditions:

The Caribbean Sea

A Gale Warning is in effect for the south-central Caribbean. Fresh to strong trades prevail across most of the central Caribbean to 80W, including the Windward Passage, and the Gulf of Honduras, with fresh trades in the eastern Caribbean. Gentle to moderate winds are found elsewhere. Seas are 7-11 ft in the central Caribbean and 5-7 ft elsewhere, except for 2-4 ft south of Cuba. Fresh to strong easterly trades are building in across the NE Caribbean behind the tropical wave along 67W, and will bring scattered afternoon convection to the area today.

High pressure centered across the central Atlantic extends W-SW to central Florida and is combining with low pressure over N Colombia to support fresh to strong E winds over the central Caribbean. Gale force winds north of Colombia will end early this morning. The pressure gradient south of the ridge will support fresh to strong winds across the central Caribbean today. The ridge will weaken west of 75W this afternoon through early next week as a weak frontal system and low pressure move offshore of Georgia and Florida and meander through the weekend, weakening the pressure gradient across the basin.

  High Low
Coastal 31° C
88° F
27° C
79° F
Inland 34° C
93° F
22° C
72° F
Hills 28° C
82° F
20° C
68° F
High: 8:53 AM Low: 4:11 PM
High: 10:45 PM Low: 3:13 AM (Sat)
Sunrise: 5:29 AM Moonset: 4:49 AM
Sunset: 6:28 PM Moonrise: 6:31 PM

Four Day Weather Outlook:


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(Time Label on picture is GMT. Local time is GMT-6 Hours)

For more information, check the Daily Tropical Weather Outlook.

Climate Prediction Centers Central America Hazards Outlook

Belize National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO)

Ambergris Caye:

Philip S W Goldson International Airport:


Caye Caulker:

For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:

A disturbance over southeast Georgia may have a low chance of developing some tropical characteristics this weekend off the coast of the southeastern United States or far eastern Gulf of Mexico. With warm water and relatively low wind shear, conditions may just be conducive enough for some modest tropical development right near the coast. Regardless, heavy tropical downpours are expected to impact parts of the region through the weekend.

Otherwise, tropical development is not anticipated through at least the end of the week, mainly due to a broad area of Saharan dust over much of the Atlantic basin.

There are a few waves moving westward through the basin, but none of those waves show any signs of organizing.

For further information on tropical conditions, check the daily Tropical Weather Outlook, click here.

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Ambergris Caye
07/23/21 10:46 AM
The San Pedro Town Council will be joining the efforts of the Police Department and Ministry of Health to enforce the COVID 19 regulations through the Trade and Liquor licensing boards.

Both boards will be assisting in monitoring and reporting businesses who are known not to comply with the COVID 19 regulations as mandated by the trade license and liquor license board. The boards will also engage in the processing and reviewing of all written complaints received by residents regarding establishments that are non-compliant.
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07/23/21 10:44 AM
Cable Operators Say Price Too Steep

It's been a staple of Belizean TV since the '80s but there's a chance that this year you won't be able to watch the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games on regular cable or TV in Belize.

That's because unlike most of the foreign stuff you see on television the Olympics airs from a regional Caribbean feed. That's because big money is paid to the rights holder, a Caribbean company7 named International Media Content Limited - IMC for short.

For 2012 and 2016 it was Channel 7 who paid that money to become the rights holder, but this year, there is a new local rights holder, called Concorde Media group.

But, they're reportedly asking the Cable operators for 40 grand US to pay for this year's broadcast rights - and the Cable Operators are saying no can do - which means the Olympics will be blocked out on your Cable TV service.

A release from The Belize Cable TV Operators Association says it has directly engaged Sportmax, a subsidiary of IMC, to gain rights for the 2020 Olympics broadcast.

The release says quote, " the costs now quoted from SportsMax for cable rights have skyrocketed far beyond what the BCTVOA and its membership can reasonably afford within the current cost of cable packages for subscribersâ€..It is with much regret that our local cable operators are forced to announce that we will not be able to carry the Olympics broadcasts this year." End quote.

What does it mean to you? Well, NBC - which carries the Olympics will likely be blocked out on your cable and the regional fee which usually shows on Channel 7 and Channel 5 is also in serious jeopardy.

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Tropical Storms & Hurricanes
07/23/21 10:27 AM
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Moises Cal Garcia
Divine intervention... all experts predicted Belize will be devastated... we were spared... we are blessed...

Batab Masewal Chuc
I was a kid and I spend like 3 days in a hurricane shelter along with other villagers , was fun and scary because as a kid I didn't understood the magnitude eof the problem . People who enter the shelter brought tv ,beds,stoove and some even brought cats,Dogs etc no kind of organizAtion or discipline or authority... Some actually recreated a living room at their space ... My dad only brought a small mattress ,one bag of cloths and another one of food ... later ...while we all watch tv and hear the radio about what was happening about Mitch ... They left two poor soldiers to guard ...with no food for them ... Just their gun . The people gave the soldiers food . But during hard times is when people open their hearts and support each other

Adrian James
I was working at the power station out in san pedro at the time... it was rough because almost everyone else evacuated and we had to stay there 24/7 with barely any sleep for days making sure the station was operational.

Deborah Vernon
Evacuating Placencia to live on a crowded cement floor in a school in Belmopan - 4 days with a 4 month old infant. Ya, not fun.

Jadene Bevans
First experience I could recall. Our house was on foreshore before they built the sea wall. Was scary hearing all the thunder, lightning. Trees broke in the streets. When we went back home, half of our roof was gone even though it was changed before the hurricane. We lived right at foreshore before they built the sea wall. Our roof was gone and part of the tree fell in the house.

Fern Wandia Newe
No classes for couple days and the rain, then the flood and then leeches... we live by the savannah so had flood for weeks.

Graeme Finlayson
Here's something I was sent by friends right after (names edited to protect the not so innocent and beware of the language!).


Dear Boyz.

Weh di go-aan. Last week me and Kevin had the worst experience of our lives (so far). Here goes.

After the hurricane I went down with Steve to have a look at the place (Placencia and Sein Bight are totally f**ked up by the way.) So we were cleaning Kevin's yard all f**kin day as they had us toiling under the sun non stop. After that We had to go help this old man get his refridgerater which he found near the lake (he lives by the beach) don't ask how it got there. It was now about 5 o'clock in the afternoon. and MR.Kevin with the smart plan decided for us to take a quick run in the boat before the sun goes down and see if we could catch any fish for dinner.

We had BIG PLANS to bash the night as we worked hard all day

Well, f**kin Kevin decided to use some gasoline which he found after the hurricane. (You see Kevin was one of the 1st looters after the hurricane- don't ask how much bottles of rum he was braggin about when i first arrived at his place. The day after the hurricane Kevin was the 1st one there scoping out the place and since nothing happened to his house he was scoping out other people's property.

So where was I......Yes Kevin found some gas and decided to use it for the quick run. What Kevin didn't realize was that this f**kin stolen gas had weathered the hurricane and water had seeped inside the container.

Being so late in the afternoon we just dashed for the engine, gas, fishin lines and went to false caye (that caye where we go fishing) Steven was with us too. Then the fun began.

As we got to false caye the engine broke down, not to mention that we caught didly squat. We tried every thing in the book to start the engine, we cut the hoses cuz we thought it was a hose.. we tried everything, ev- ery- f**k -in- thing. We saw clearly that the sun was going down now and almost no sunlight was left. We didnt have water, no paddles, no nothing beacuse of the rush we were in. We were literally up shit creek w/ no paddles. Imagine the panic. WE HAD TO GET REAL INNOVATIVE SO WHAT WE DID WAS THROW THE ANCHOR AS FAR OUT AS WE COULD AND then let it sink and pull ourselves to that spot and repeat and repeat the f**kin process.

My arms were killing me the next day. Not to mention that I nearly took out Kevin on a

swing of the anchor when throwing it on one occassion. So everyone would stand back when someone would throw. So we arrived to false caye.not even an island just a

mangrove patch.

Hour after f**kin hour past and no sign of help. We kept sayin that soon someone or some boat would pass and that we still had time to taste up when we get home. Not f**kin so. We kept lighting stuff to send signals but to no avail. First steven lit his hat then me and Kevin had to light our shirts. (We had a lighter which we usually carry for the ssensi but ssshhhh on that one.)

It was now at least twelve and we kapt watching the whole night go by in this 10 foot boat. Our eyes felt like they had in sand cuz we couldnt sleep and we were so f**kin tired. We tried to fall asleep but that was useless. The boat was so small that any position we tried to get in to sleep in was excruciating. By the time the night was over each one of us had been all over the f**kin boat to try to fall asleep. Impossible.

(The next day we felt like we had to go see a chiropractor or something.) It was about one oclock a.m. when the worst hit us. Remember that we had already used our shirts to burn and being at sea (at night) alone is chilly especially w/ out a shirt. Well things got worst bouy as it started raining..

BBouuuyyyy!!! We almost had to jump in the sea as the sea water was probably warmer , we were shivering and huddling to stay warm. I have to say it was f**kin cold. Kevin kept sayin that he wouldn't wish this on noone and really I have to second that cuz it was a living hell. Steven was the one holding the rope on to a tree limb and since he couldn't fall asleep he prevented me and Kevin from doing so too. Every f**kin minute: "Bouy Andrew, raja uno di sleep." One spell Andrew had to say: f**k mista man how ah wah sleep if you keep the ask mi that every [email protected]#$ Then there were times that Kevin would jump up as he thought he saw a big fish or a big splash by his end of the boat. (Kevin had this little flashlight a key chain.

Kevin has to be the funniest character on earth. Can you belive that he would flash this tenee light towards land thinking any one would see it when we were like three miles away from land. I kept telling him he was wasting his time. Then when me and steven tried to use it for other stuff Kevin would rail up sayin that we were wasting the batery haha. We were so shiprecked and disillusioned that some of us even started hearing shit. We couldn't see anything cuz the night was pitch black. Kevin said he heard whistling and wha hole aada pile a mada raas. We thanked the lord Jesus when we saw the crack of dawn at 5 am.we had gone from dusk till dawn like George clooney , yeh? As we had enough light to let go the rope from the tree we did so and let the current bring us to shore. It took three hours for the waves to bring us in and that is because we had to help the f**kin boat.

what we would do was swim like 75 feet in front of the boat with the anchor rope and pull as hard as we could to give the boat a little tug. we tried everything. Me and Kevin even tried swimmng at the back of the boat pushing it but that didn't work. It didn't work cuz f**kin steven was too afraid to get into the water so me and Kevin had to push the boat with steven in it.

Three hours later, no dinner , no water no breakfast we were knocked OUt. The boat landed on maya beach three miles before Kevins house.

We had to go get a pick-up, lift the boat, put it in a pick up and drive it to adams house. Not to mention too that when we got to Kevins house about 10 am ms lita was railing up. Cabrones, cabrones!! We just stood shut. Who send uno da caye deh houwas. Uno no even bring any fish. You mista Andrew....#@%$!

The whole reason we didnt' wash ashore that night is beacuse we couldn't see land and Kevin formulated that the sea could have washed us all the way down to

monkey river or something.....

That's the latest, as you can see we are still keepin it real.

Stay in touch fellas

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Flood in San Ignacio, Cayo Dist.

Marviani Guerrero
We stayed in the school in San pedro . We lost our entire house. I was 5 years old and i remember clearly everything.

Eugene Trench
I remember Mitch too well I remember was in Burrel Boom at a function the Sunday evening when someone mention if we know a storm heading our way . That evening haven't seen people disappear so quick went home and view on the weather channel first time I went to Belmopan fir a Hurricane. gladly it took that curve and went into Honduras

Ronald Martinez
Eavryone evacuated punta gorda and they went to Big Falls...;hurricane Mitch went arount missed punta gorda,and hit big falls headon people ho evacuated with all their belongins lost it all...The people ho stayed home sey they just felt some rain. 1998

Policarpio Soberanis
Although I was not in Belize when Mitch the B&$#h hit it was one of the most devastating times for our family emotionally. My family back home was moved to a hurricane shelter and this led to my mom, Juliet Soberanis, getting pneumonia. Shortly after, she passed. I remember frantically trying to get a ticket to come home for a funeral. I remember getting upset at the woman behind the desk at the airport because flights were being cancelled and I was being told that I would not make it home for my mom's funeral. I remember landing at the airport, dressed for the funeral and having my two best friends meeting me outside ready to drive me to the church. I remember arriving at the church and feeling overwhelmed with grief. I remember sitting at the grave site with my little sister uncontrollably bawling. I remember looking out at the many people that attended the funeral, many I did not know, but they knew my mom and they were all touched by the person that she was.

I remember coming back to school and all my grades had slipped. I remember struggling with faith and talking to the priests at my school to try and understand it all. Through all those struggles, I remembered that my mom's wish was to see me graduate and so I made sure I completed that journey, not just for me but for her as well.

Tiffara M. Molina JP
I was about 12 years old. My two younger siblings stayed at princess with my uncle who worked security there. Me, mom my older brother and his friend rode out the storm at home. Lots of rain and wind, we were trapped in the house for several days and I remember food being very limited because we only had a few days supply. Didn't expect Mitch to linger so long. But while almost everything ran out this 1 pack of hotdogs sausage refuse to finish. That was the only food that lasted us throughout the entire ordeal. RIP to the victims in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala while not one Belizean succumbed.

Aaron Anderson
We went to our family hurricane hideout late the evening before it turned south. Expecting the absolute worst, I prepped to go to sleep early with my 11 month old son and wife. One point during the night, water was coming from u set the door due to the strength of the rain. We were in Stann Creek Valley. It was definitely a warning of what to come, until it didnt come. On the island where we go for holidays, most of the houses were knocked off their posts. A ton of damage out there but thanks to God, BELIZE was missed.

Karen Furness
I was working at the Leo Bradley Library at the time (as a VSO). On its approach, the staff all pulled together to protect the library stock as best they could. They worked for hours, then went off to man the hurricane shelters. They worked so, so hard; I felt so privileged to have them as colleagues. We VSOs were ordered to Belmopan, where 13 of us spent 3 days in the Field Director's house. That was fun, there was even someone sleeping in the toilet! What we learned from it was to co-ordinate our Hurricane Preparedness supplies better next time; as it turned out, everyone had had the same thought, and we ended up with having slightly more alcohol than actual food...

Emil Pulido
It was surreal; visiting a shelter in Belmopan and the image remains of seeing a father leading his small family in prayer over their evening meal; meeting a desperate a man who lived on the coast driving around Belmopan with his family seeking shelter as all shelters in Bmp were by now full, and people were being advised to go to Cayo (Santa Elena- Novelos Convention Center) - there were no more shelter spaces in Belmopan; then, hunkering down & bravely bracing for the worst; then, experiencing an anomaly, or a miracle, that of a powerful and destructive hurricane that parked right in front of us/Belize, damaging piers in San Pedro, and to have it go down south, beneath us and behind us; we are and have been blessed.

Brian Keating
Wasn't that the storm that Fantome was lost in and dive boat capsized?

Marty Casado
Fantome: .
Wave Dancer: .
It was heading for San Pedro then about 300 miles out it turned straight south.

Daren Swasey
Many stories! Belize at the time did not have a well organized emergency Disaster response network like we now do, except for the Belize Red Cross network. Belmopan's population swelled from 15000 to approx 75000 over those 9 days until the all clear was given. All villages, inland around the country were filled with evacuees. I drove to Belize City the second day to pick up some family and there was a long line of vehicles bumper to bumper all the way from Belize city to Belmopan. Incredible! My Uncle in San Pedro had his family on the rooftop of a two story building until they could be evacuated. While the storm didn't hit us directly, the torrential and continuous rains flooded most of the country in ways never before seen.

In Belmopan, residents took in family and strangers alike, the main ring road turned into a one way street, all the streets were congested, shelves in the stores were practically empty. Not one home was empty, even some of the abandoned homes had persons who turned then into makeshift shelters.

As a red cross volunteer, first aider at the time, we worked to assist many people from all over. Schools, churches, homes, offices were all shelters. Even the DFC offices had shelterees.

One event occurred bc the Bmp Hospital was filled with seriously ill persons that were sent from hospitals and the KHMH in Bcity. Many services were curtailed as only emergencies cld be accommodated. At the Bmp Comprehensive School, the largest one in the city, we had quite a few pregnant women, some very near the end of the third trimester. One of those ladies went into labour but the Maternity Ward at the hospital cld not accommodate anymore patients. So it fell to senior, experienced red cross volunteers such as Mrs Carolice Aguilar and Ms Johanna Heusner to take care of the lady giving birth. Along with one or two nurses who were sheltering but assisting, and I believe the help of a BDF volunteer, that healthy baby girl was born at the Bmp Comprehensive High School! I seem to remember she was later given the name Michelle!!!

To be clear it was an uncertain time for the entire population, and sadly there were a few deaths as well. A few drownings, some vehicle incidents resulting in death, and of course the damage and recovery efforts. The bus companies were constripted to evacuate persons from the coast and another incident at the Bmp Comprehensive High occured when a bus arrived with evacuees and everyone got off but one older gentleman was still on the bus seemingly sleeping. Soon after it was discovered that he had no pulse, and the same two ladies mentioned above spent over 20 minutes conducting CPR until the ambulance cld arrive. Sadly the gentleman did not recover and it was deduced that he may have passed, somewhere along the highway on the bus, a while before. I only mention this to illustrate that it was also a tragic time for some persons as well.

I can only imagine the immense tragedy it cld have been for our country if we had been hit directly by this monster of a hurricane! We definitely dodged a bullet that time! I mean, over a week later, I drove a friend and his family to the airport and then went into Bze city. The roads were still flooded, especially so between the Haulover bridge and into the City! The pavement had washed away along most of that stretch of highway! In some sections the water rushing across the road was still well over 2 feet high! I still remember my heart pumping furiously as I drove behind a bus that helped push some of the water away, but yet water was seeping in thru the sides of the car doors!

Flowers Staine Cherrymae
I was sheltering with my family in the Sadie Vernon building had a new born baby the building walls started leaking and we were taken out in the rain to be taken to Belmopan the canal in front was flooded with the street a vehicle went into the canal because you couldn't say where it was and where the street was. Once in belmopan we were only allowed a certain amount of water to bathe with about a gallon but it was all good. Can't remember the building in belmopan we were taken to.

Doris Day
Learned that we women are strong and babies will be born in time or out of Time. That a woman will and can deliver a baby in abnormal weather conditions in a abnormal setting that's not conducive to safety. Without complaint at the task at hand. Yet at the same time Contain her grief of a still born child. Humans will to survive is strong.

Yvonne Paulette Hunter Romero
Scariest time of my life. I was close to tears while preparing to leave my house in Belize city and headed for Cayo. I was so thankful that it did not hit Belize because it would have devastated the country. We as a country have a lot to thank God for. Afterwards, the stories of death and destruction suffered by our neighbors in Honduras and Nicaragua started pouring in.

Kim Espat
Filling up water containers in the rain to be able to flush toilets, bath, cook, etc. lots of prayers were answered that week.

GeeMichael Reid
I was working at radio station FM 2000 and we decided to stay in town and cover the storm. It was an interesting time and a firm testimony of GODs love for Belize. It stood five days offshore before doing something that hurricanes seldom do around that time of the year. It went South and circled Belize wreaking havoc in every nation around us!

Christopher Nesbitt
PG locked down. I was working at Toledo Cacao Growers Association at the time. After it passed, when I went back to work, PG was flooded with Mennonites headed to rebuild houses in Honduras, and there was a steady stream of donated food going on boats over. I believe Aleister King coordinated the boats of food aid to Honduras.
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Lil Alphonse has snorkel equipment to fit anyone as well as Marine Park Tickets and flotation devices to assist those not as experienced.
Coastal Xpress offers a daily scheduled ferry run to most resorts, restaurants and private piers on the island of Anbergris Caye. We also offer  private and charter water taxi service.
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