Tourists Arriving in Cuba Will Be Sent to Isolation Centers and Charged US$65 for PCR Tests

The newest sanitary protocol announced by the Cuban Ministry of Public Health orders international travelers who arrive on the island to be transferred to isolation centers and pay for tests.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cuba will charge US$65, or its equivalent in any other freely convertible currency, per PCR for tourists who wish to extend their stay on the island, reported the Gaviota website.

In accordance with the modifications to the sanitary protocol against COVID-19 announced by the Cuban Ministry of Public Health, international travelers who arrive on the island as of this Saturday, February 6th, will . . .

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