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Shakeemah Smith Shares Her Travelling Experience of Antigua

Shakeemah Smith recently returned back from Antigua, one of the two main islands that make up the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, which resumed for guests toward the beginning of June.

Soon, she’s off to Saint Lucia.

Smith said to us that she feels safe travelling to the Caribbean, where there have been far fewer cases of COVID-19 than in the US.

At the hour of composing, information from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center shows that Antigua and Barbuda have had 74 cases and three Covid related deaths, while St. Lucia has had 22 certified cases and no deaths.

Meanwhile, Smith’s home state of New Jersey has had 175,298 full-scale cases and 13,532 confirmed deaths, as shown by the state’s COVID-19 server farm.

“So actually, where am I safer?” Smith said. “Definitely not in America.”

Smith adored her experience on the Caribbean island

“It’s stunning. It’s brimming with delightful individuals, with the most wonderful seashores,” she said. She included that an 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. time limitation was still set up during her visit, however, it didn’t trouble her. Smith said she was dazzled generally with how social removing and wellbeing precautionary measures were being upheld. She said that each eatery and bistro she visited had hand sanitizer that it expected benefactors to use upon passage, and included that her Airbnb had hand sanitizer close to its entryway and asked that she purify her hands before entering. As per Smith, the neighbourhood store had versatile sinks positioned outside, with security faculty authorizing handwashing previously permitting clients inside.

One On One with Shakeemah Smith:

Aakash: What is the greatest confusion about the influencer world and life as an influencer?

Smith: That there’s practically no work behind it! At the point when we travel to a destination, for instance, we frequently don’t get any time in the pool other than to get a photograph. We’re all over town searching for the best substance at the occasions when the lighting is ideal and in the nights we’re commonly working diligently altering the photographs and interfacing with perusers and supporters.

Aakash: What has being an influencer shown you marking and promoting? What are your 3 best promoting and marking tips?


  1. It’s not about you, it’s about your crowd.
  2. Offer some incentive!
  3. Being relatable, proficient, and receptive are key parts of building an effective individual brand.

Aakash: Who have been the greatest impacts throughout your life and how would you show proactive kindness?

Smith: My most noteworthy influencer is God and the aestheticness of God’s creation, and I show preemptive kindness by cherishing what God made.

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