Cuba has changed the rules of entry for tourists

Last week, Cuba registered the largest number of cases of coronavirus in recent times. The island’s authorities have introduced new restrictions, although the airports are still open to foreign citizens.

The Cuban Ministry of Tourism has announced new entry rules for foreign travelers:

  • For all foreigners, a negative PCR test result is required 72 hours before arrival.
  • Upon arrival on the island, another coronavirus test is carried out.
  • It is obligatory to wear masks in hotels.
  • An insurance policy is required, which includes COVID-19 insurance. It can be purchased at the airport for $ 30.

Also, if any of the tourists have symptoms of coronavirus, then you must immediately contact the hotel’s medical staff.

As a reminder, from March 1, 2021, Cyprus opens its borders to foreign citizens from all European countries. Entry conditions will be determined based on the new zone allocation system.

Going on a trip? Don’t forget to get insurance that covers your COVID-19 treatment. You can do this on our website.

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