Cuba: Round trips from mid-November | current tourism

Cuba will open again to international travelers from November 15th. This has now been confirmed by the Minister for Tourism, Juan Carlos Garcia Granda. He expects more than 100,000 international guests to visit his country by the end of the year.

From November 15, all passengers who have been vaccinated with a vaccine recognized by the health authorities of their country of origin will be allowed to enter Cuba. Children up to twelve years of age do not need a test or vaccination to enter the country.

Unvaccinated travelers must present a negative PCR test on arrival, which was carried out in a laboratory in the country of origin and must not be older than 72 hours.

In addition, tours in the country will resume from November 15th. Restaurants and private houses have reopened. According to the Cuban Tourist Office, 90 percent of the Cuban population should be vaccinated by November. The entire staff of the tourist infrastructure has already been vaccinated or has recovered.

The hygiene measures are to be maintained until the vaccination campaign has achieved the immunity of the population and makes the measures superfluous.

The mandatory quarantine for international travelers is to be lifted from November 7th.

Arne Huebner

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