The Republic of Cuba simply referred to as Cuba is a country located in the Northern Caribbean where the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean meet. The country comprises the Island of Cuba, the Isla de la Juventud, and some minor archipelagos. Cuba like many other countries as part of its measurements to control and limit the cases of imported covid-19 cases has instituted some Covid-19 entry requirements and the details are below;
Cuba travel restrictions
- A Legislation was passed to ensure that from January 10, 2021, all travelers entering Cuba present proof of a PCR test with negative results taken within the last 72 hours in the traveler’s departing country. Travelers are required to present two physical copies of their PCR test results.
- In addition to the PCR test, travelers are required to fill out a Health Declaration form before checking in for their flight to Cuba. Travelers are required to also bring a printed copy of this form once completed.
- All non-Cuban citizens who arrive in Cuba must quarantine for 5 nights and 6 days in a designated ‘Quarantine hotel’. Travelers are encouraged to purchase their Quarantine Hotel Package online prior to their departure date. Travelers will be required to take a second PCR test on the 5th day before leaving your hotel.
When will Cuba open up for travel?
Since January 2021, Cuba was generally open for travel and to visitors, and as such foreigners were allowed to visit the country so far as they met the restrictions and requirements stated above.
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