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Dominican Republic: At least 10 US tourists dead, more sick, assaulted

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Dominican Republic: At least 10 US tourists dead, more sick, assaulted

Dominican Republic: At least 10 US tourists dead, more sick, assaulted

Business Insider reports At least 10 US tourists have died while staying at all-inclusive resorts in the Dominican Republic since June 2018.

Several other US tourists have claimed they were poisoned at a Dominican Republic resort.

Additionally, a Delaware woman, Tammy Lawrence-Daley, claimed she was brutally attacked at a Punta Cana resort in January.

Police are still investigating.

All of this year&apos;s incidents appear to be unrelated.

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