Cuba to Require pre-Arrival COVID-19 Tests as Cases Rebound

Cuba received plaudits for successfully containing its coronavirus outbreak by isolating cases and suspected cases, contact tracing and active monitoring of the population, in addition to deploying a partial lockdown.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Facing a steep rebound in coronavirus infections since fully re-opening borders last month, Cuba will require all inbound travelers from next year to provide proof of a negative test before departure in addition to current screening upon arrival.

Cuba received plaudits for successfully containing its coronavirus outbreak by isolating cases and suspected cases, contact tracing and active monitoring of the population, in addition to deploying a partial lockdown.

But like countries worldwide it has having to weigh the need to open up - especially important in the tourism-reliant Caribbean - with the need to prevent the . . .

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