Vittorio Caruso, 56, is the 11th American to die there over the past year, a State Department spokesperson confirmed.
The Dominican Republic's tourism minister says there was nothing unusual about the recent deaths of eight American tourists.
Caruso's is the 11th American tourist to die in the Dominican Republic in a year and the third death in a seven-day span. Caruso's sister-in-law told Fox News, "he was brought by ambulance to the hospital in respiratory distress after drinking something". Minutes later, they received a second call telling them he had died, the station reported.
A Louisiana woman who was married in May has died after returning from her honeymoon in the Dominican Republic.
"We want the truth to prevail", García said.
CNN has previously reported that the deaths could potentially be related to alcohol.
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Erica Lopez, general manager at Punta Cana's Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, told CNN the decision was made independently and not a result of the deaths.
According to Dominican officials, the cause of death was excess fluid in the lungs.
A couple from Prince George's County were among the Americans who have died in the Dominican Republic.
The autopsy determined Cannon died from kidney failure, but the medical examiner's report "but it never addressed what initially got her sick in the first place", Johnson said. He said he did not know whether it had to do with the string of highly-publicized deaths in the Caribbean country, including two deaths at that hotel. Local authorities listed the cause of death as a heart attack and pulmonary edema.
The spate of deaths has led some Americans to wonder whether they should cancel upcoming trips to the Dominican Republic.