Tourist-starved Caribbean islands woo homebound workers
As soon as London’s first coronavirus lockdown ended last summer, Abbie Sheppard, 24, took a quick vacation to the island of Bermuda. Four months later, the vacation is long over but she’s still there — one of the thousands of people lured to islands in the Caribbean and the North Atlantic by programs aimed at snagging remote workers.
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