Cuba Starts Year with Reduction of International Flights due to COVID-19

As of this Friday, air operations with the six countries from which the most travelers carrying the virus have arrived, were reduced to a minimum.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cuba is beginning this year with a restriction on the number of flights it receives from six neighboring countries, to try to control the rebound in coronavirus cases attributed to the reopening of the island’s international airports in mid-October.

To date the island has a total of 12,056 positive COVID-19 cases since March, after adding 193 new infections yesterday, 87 of them imported, according to the daily report of the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP).

As of this Friday, air operations with the United States, Mexico, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and . . .

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