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A banana plantation covered with ash, in La Calera, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A worker in the banana plantations covered with ash, in La Calera, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A worker in the banana plantations covered with ash, in La Calera, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Several workers in the banana plantations covered with ash, in La Calera, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Several workers in the banana plantations covered with ash, in La Calera, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Several workers in the banana plantations covered with ash, in La Calera, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A worker in the banana plantations covered with ash in the area of Los Barros, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Several sacks filled with bananas with ash in the area of Los Barros, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A worker in the banana plantations covered with ash in the area of Los Barros, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A worker in the banana plantations covered with ash in the area of Los Barros, on 23 November 2021, in La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, (Spain). The Cumbre Vieja volcano, which began to roar on 19 September, continues to expel lava and ash, causing damage to homes, hectares and, in particular, to the banana sector. In the Valle de Aridane area, approximately 80% of the banana production has been lost so far, while in the municipality of Fuencaliente it is around 50%. The Government of the Canary Islands ensures that they will cover all production losses in this sector. Photo by Pau de la Calle/Europa Press/ABACAPRESS.COM