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COVID-19 Protocols in Cuba

Cuba will eliminate the mandatory quarantine for travelers coming from abroad starting next November 7.

Cuba will fully open its doors to international tourism starting in November, when most of the island’s population will be vaccinated with three doses of the vaccine against COVID-19.

In this sense, the 10 international airports are ready to reopen on November 15.

Similarly, the requirement of PCR tests in airport facilities will be eliminated and health passports and/or vaccination certificates will have to be presented.

Cuban authorities will recognize as valid all COVID-19 vaccines applied in the world, and travelers who do not have health passports must present a PCR test certificate with 72 hours of validity.

Health protocols will be reinforced in hotels by means of a team of a doctor and a nurse, as well as increased health control of both tourists and employees of the sector, in state facilities as well as in private ones.

 

COVID-19 safety protocols at Cuban hotels

Cuba in figures

1 M
tourists

International visitors in 2019.

+ 1 K
Autralian tourists

Average of Australian visitors every year.

+ 1
beaches

with sunny days all year long.

1
WORLD HERITAGE

sites declared by UNESCO.

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