After closing its doors for over two days the Bob Marley Museum and Tuff Gong international have reopened to the public.

In a release on its official website and social media pages the museum and Tuff Gong International shared that they look forward to welcoming their guests on Friday, July 5.

The entities were initially scheduled to reopen on Thursday July 4 but opted to remain closed to restore the properties for normal operations.

The pages ended by encouraging Jamaicans to stay safe during the recovery process.Hurricane Beryl left a trail of destruction on the island, killing at least two people. In the aftermath most of the country is without power and several persons have suffered loss and damage to their properties.