Corona infection status as of January 10, 2022 23:59: Newly infected 2,685, Current positive 11,136, Cumulative infected 982,614, Cumulative recovery 963,091, Cumulative deaths 8,330
Until the beginning of December, the number of newly infected people was kept below 100 per day, but it has increased day by day since the latter half of December, and by the beginning of the year it has exceeded 2000 in a blink of an eye. Cuba is in tune with global movements. Even so, the year-end and New Year holidays are the time when Cuba has the most tourists, so I saw many foreigners in Havana. I would like you to take good care of infection prevention and enjoy your holiday in Cuba.
While it is still difficult to travel from Japan, we will continue our online tour this year! Apply from VELTRA! !!
January 17th (Monday) 21: 30-23: 30
[Online] Live commentary on Old Havana by Tomoko, a local guide who has been in Cuba for more than 10 years.
Corona infection status as of December 9, 2021 23:59: 65 newly infected persons, 384 currently positive persons, 963,493 cumulative infected persons, 954,741 cumulative recoverers, 8,311 cumulative deaths
The number of newly infected coronas has decreased steadily, and now there are less than 100 newly infected people nationwide every day. It looks completely calm. It's been almost a month since we started accepting tourists from overseas, and although it's not as busy as it used to be, we can now see foreign tourists in the city of Havana. Schools have resumed classroom lessons, sports activities, various events, etc. have been resumed while taking infection prevention measures, and Cuban people are accepting "new daily life".
Corona infection status as of 23:59 on November 4, 2021: 606 newly infected persons, 3,057 currently positive persons, 954,948 cumulative infected persons, 943,755 cumulative recoverers, 8,257 cumulative deaths
In Havana, it has already been possible to eat and drink in the restaurant for more than a month, and on weekends it is crowded with many people. Infection prevention measures must be taken, such as introducing a reservation system and limiting the number of people in the store, but I feel that being able to enjoy eating out is a big step closer to "everyday". To do.
For eating out after a long time, choose Japanese food, which is still rare in Cuba! I went to the restaurant "Jíbaro Hibaro" in the old town, which recently started sushi service on Sunday. Regardless of the taste (after all, sushi is important for sushi, rice is not good ...), I have the impression that I am doing my best while it is difficult to procure ingredients due to lack of supplies. It seems that there are some places in Corona that have started selling sushi as convenient for delivery and take-out, so sushi and Japanese food boom may come in Cuba in the future ...
International Restaurant Jíbaro Hibaro: Merced # 69 e / San Ignacio y Cuba, Habana Vieja