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The Easter Island map, one of the most popular online tourist destinations in the Caribbean, has recently undergone a major overhaul.
The map, which is based on the islands current population, now shows just 3.8 million residents.
That’s down from 4.7 million people who live in the year before the new map was launched.
“I think it’s going to make for a better tourism experience for all,” said Marko Fries, a resident of the island.
The island has suffered under the weight of tourists since it was hit by Hurricane Irene.
The US government says about 40 percent of the islands population of about 10,000 has left.
“It’s hard to explain how much better it’s gonna be, for sure, because now there’s so much traffic coming through and all the hotels are open,” said Fries.
“We can do it, we can do this.”
The new map has also helped ease concerns about the island’s dwindling population.
While the population has fallen by nearly 10 percent since the new maps debut, the number of residents in the island has risen by almost 40 percent.
The number of new residents in recent years is still in the double digits.
The new population maps, which have been available since 2014, are part of a program to promote tourism in the region.
CBS News found that more than one-third of residents who moved to the island in 2014 are still living there, and most of them are elderly or have health issues.
“It’s an absolute miracle that they’ve stayed,” said one of Fries’ relatives, who lives in the United States.
The residents of the tiny Caribbean nation of 12,000 people are struggling to keep their home from being sold to wealthy investors, who are seeking to build resorts and hotels.
The latest map is the latest in a series of changes to the tourist attractions that have been put in place since Hurricane Irenee hit the island on October 7, 2017.
The new map, released this week, includes a number of other changes.
It also includes a section of the road that is now open for driving, which had been closed to visitors before the hurricane.