RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – International travelers must have a negative PCR test, carried out 72 hours before arriving in Cuba. The MINTUR also established that tourists cannot travel outside the province where they are staying.
The Cuban Ministry of Tourism (MINTUR) updated the sanitary protocol to reduce the chances of contagion with COVID-19 and continue that sector’s operations in the island’s main destinations, the state media reported this Saturday, January 16th .
International travelers must have a negative PCR test, carried out 72 hours before arrival in Cuba, according to Prensa Latina news agency, which cited the measures . . .