On November 15, Cuba will resume receiving visitors without quarantine.

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Tourist woman in La Havana city, Cuba

Cuba is ready to welcome visitors without any quarantine requirements. The Caribbean nation has decided to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions in the coming weeks. According to reports, the new rules will take effect on November 15. More than 90 percent of Cuba’s population had gotten at least one dosage of the vaccine by the time the decision was reached by the Cuban government.

Tourism appears to account for more than 10% of Cuba’s gross domestic product (GDP). During the pandemic, however, the number dropped dramatically. While the country welcomed nearly 4 million visitors in 2019, only 200,000 visitors have been recorded in 2021. (till now).

In a statement, Cuban Minister of Tourism Juan Carlos Garca stated that the island would welcome flights from the United States if their government allowed them. “We don’t anticipate the country’s capacity will be full on the 15th, but we can gradually have an early winter.” It all depends on how the markets react, but the scenario is looking more promising, and we are optimistic.”

The tour companies in Cuba have been anticipating this day with bated breath. They are now preparing to welcome guests beginning November 15. Cuban officials are also requesting that flights resume from its major markets, which include Europe and Canada.

Cuba, formally the Republic of Cuba, is a lovely country made up of the island of Cuba and numerous neighboring archipelagos. The nation, which is located at the meeting point of the northern Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean, is well-known for its beautiful beaches, which include Havana and Varadero, among others.

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