Cuba is all set to reopen for international travel

 Friday, November 12, 2021 


Cuba is now ready to reopen for international travellers. The country has announced that it will permit international visitors starting from November 15.

The incredible Caribbean country is a favourite among explorers, and many are going to get their wish fulfilled to travel to Cuba very soon.

The bustle of its start city, Havana, is promising a comeback with the reopening. The country has seen a decrease in COVID-19 infections and mortality.

It is important to note here that Cuba will however continue to impose COVID appropriate behaviour, so wearing facemasks, and using hand sanitizers will be mandatory for all.

The good news is that travellers may not be required to quarantine anymore, provided they are fully vaccinated or have a negative RT-PCR test report in hand.

Cuba fought the coronavirus with locally made vaccines, Soberana 02, Abdala, and Soberana Plus. As of today, the country has reported a total of 956452 infections, and 8265 deaths.

The official reports suggest that all three doses have been administered to a total of 7.3 million people out of 11 million people.

Cuba has also permitted children to return to schools, while cinemas have also reopened. The Tropicana Cabaret is now also going to return to stage.

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