The Cuban Tourism Office in Canada announced today that travel operators of this nation strongly focus on the reopening of recreational operations on November 15 on the island.
Authorities of the Caribbean nation recently announced that on that date requirements of travelers will be eased to promote resumption of tourism.
A statement from the Cuban office, based in the city of Toronto, added that Canadian tour operators are already preparing the 2021-2022 winter packages.
The Cuban Ministry of Tourism (Mintur) organizes the coming season taking into account that by November this year 92.5 percent of the population will be vaccinated with doses produced on the island.
All tourist destinations in Cuba will reopen on the mentioned date and despite the flexibility, strict health protocols will be maintained to guarantee the health of both tourists and workers and their families.
New rules focus on the follow up of people who are symptomatic of Covid-19, checking body temperature and performing random diagnostic tests.
The Canada Office adds that new protocols include showing proof by travelers of being vaccinated or presenting a negative PCR test, taken within the 72 hours before arrival in Cuba.