Pandemic reduces 94% of tourist arrivals to Cuba so far in 2021

The report confirmed that more than half of the tourists arriving on the island this year were Russians, followed by Cubans living abroad, Germans, Spaniards, and Canadians.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Some 64,712 foreign tourists visited Cuba in the first four months of the year, barely 6% of the 983,099 who did so in the same period of 2020, official sources reported Saturday.

The figure represented 918,387 fewer visitors compared to a similar stage last year, Cuba's National Statistics and Information Office (Onei) disclosed on its website.

The report confirmed that more than half of the tourists arriving on the island this year (33,592) were Russians, followed by Cubans living abroad, Germans, Spaniards, and Canadians.

The Caribbean country currently receives four weekly . . .

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