As of 23:59 on November 26, Today's infection status 35 newly infected people (28 of whom are travelers from overseas, including Cubans), 450 currently positive, 7525 recoverers, 133 deaths Total number of infected people, 8110
Since the reopening of Habana Airport, I am worried that the number of new infections brought in from overseas has increased.
By the way, November is just around the corner, and Christmas is less than a month away. It is said that Cuba was a former Spanish colony and has many Catholics, but compared to other Latin American countries, it is less religious and it is hard to realize that Catholic customs are pervading our lives. There is none.
Christmas is not exciting as evidence ...
Recently, the decoration of hotels and restaurants has become more flashy for tourists, but it does not make you feel like Christmas. This year, when there are no tourists due to the influence of the corona, it is likely to be more lonely.
The photo stands out among the restaurants in Old Havana, with few shops still open.
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!
As of 23:59 on November 7, today's infection status 30 newly infected people, 485 currently positive people, 6680 people who recovered, 130 people who died, 7297 people who were infected
Hurricane Eta, which caused great damage to Central America such as Nicaragua and Honduras last week, became a tropical depression from the 7th to the 8th of the weekend and traversed the central region of Cuba. Despite weakening, some areas were hit by storms. Disaster prevention in Cuba takes thorough precautions. We will endeavor to minimize damage by evacuating dangerous areas and vulnerable people, suspending transportation, and closing schools in advance. As a result of taking such measures this time as well, although there were power outages and inundation damage, no human damage has occurred so far.
On the morning of the 8th, Eta, who passed through the northern coast of Cuba, changed course to the west and proceeded off the northern coast of Cuba, and continued to be vigilant on the 9th, but in Havana it is a relatively calm morning due to the sunlight.
Even so, this eta is zigzag wandering west to east and west again. There is something like this ...