Cuba will gradually reopen its borders as of November 15

The protocols that will govern from the reopening will be focused on the surveillance of symptomatic patients and the taking of temperature, the communiqué specifies.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cuba plans to gradually reopen its borders from November 15, when it expects more than 90% of its 11.2 million inhabitants to have received the three-dose pattern of the anti-virus vaccines created by scientific institutions on the island.

This was advised in a note published on Monday (6) by the Ministry of Tourism (Mintur), in which it explains that from that date on, the health and hygiene protocols established for the arrival of travelers will be made more flexible due to the emergency caused by the pandemic.

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