As of 23:59 on November…

Nov. 12, 2020 10:11 MSThappy
Havana, CUBA

Latest COVID-19 conditions
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As of 23:59 on November 10 Today's infection status 37 newly infected people, 466 currently positive people, 6831 recovered people, 130 dead people, 7429 infected people

It was announced that Jose Martí Havana International Airport will reopen at midnight on November 15th. Airports with other international flights have already reopened, but the reopening of the airport in Havana, the capital, will truly mean "unclosed borders" and will resume full-scale acceptance of foreign tourists.
All passengers arriving from overseas are obliged to perform a PCR test in addition to a health check such as body temperature measurement at the time of entry. The test results will be notified within 24 hours. The policy is to manage the health of tourists during their stay by making full use of Cuba's unique medical system.
It will be difficult to travel in exactly the same way as before, but the day when you can enjoy your trip to Cuba while taking preventive measures against corona infection is approaching little by little!

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CUBA
Havana

Jan. 15, 2021

Latest COVID-19 conditions

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As of 23:59 on January 14, today's infection status 547 newly infected people (32 of whom are foreign travelers including Cubans), 3960 currently positive, 12942 recoverers, 162 dead 17096 people infected

The spread of new corona infections has not stopped, and the government has announced that eight states, including Havana, will be retreated from the convalescent period to the epidemic period. As a result, measures such as closing bars, nightclubs, discos, theaters, closing schools and closing public facilities, and stopping public transportation at night will be taken to strengthen infection prevention measures.
There are no restrictions on tourism as long as you comply with the regulations set by PCR inspection at the time of entry, self-isolation period, mask wearing obligation, etc., but most of the facilities such as museums will be closed, basically the state Unfortunately, it is unlikely that we will be able to do regular sightseeing for a while because we cannot move beyond that ...

CUBA
Havana

Jan. 8, 2021

Destination updates

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As of 23:59 on January 7, today's infection status 344 newly infected people (69 of whom are foreign travelers including Cubans), 2118 positive people, 11531 recoverers, 148 fatalities Total number of infected people, 13823

The other day, the Havana Club Rum Museum in the Old Town has reopened. The building had been renovated before the spread of corona infection, but this time it has also been completed and reopened.
Rum made from sugar cane is famous as a Cuban specialty, but Havana Club is a leading brand sold all over the world. The Havana Club-produced rum museum, with its small but elaborate models and physical exhibits, is also worth seeing.
At the end of the tour, Havana Club 7 years tasting included!
Please see the blog below for details.
https://onlyone.travel/…

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CUBA
Havana

Jan. 4, 2021

Local news

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As of 23:59 on January 3rd Today's infection status 316 newly infected people (127 of whom are foreign travelers including Cubans), 1738 people who are currently positive, 10837 people who have recovered, and 147 people who have died. 12794 people in total

¡ Feliz Año Nuevo!
Happy new year.
This year's Cuba will change from the beginning of the year!
Until now, there were two currencies in Cuba, but the CUC (Cuban Convertible Peso), which was mainly used by tourists, will be abolished, and only CUP (Cuban Peso) will be distributed. Therefore, if you exchange foreign currency after arriving in Cuba, you will be handed this CUP. Maybe you can easily get 3 peso banknotes and coins with the portrait of Che Guevara, which was hard to get until now. !!

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