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Cuba to reopen to tourism in November with more flights and no quarantine

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cuba announced on Tuesday (19) the measures for the total reopening to tourism in November, such as eliminating mandatory quarantine and a drastic increase of international air connections, after Covid-19 reduced to a minimum the arrival of visitors in the last year and a half.

The Minister of Tourism, Juan Carlos García, did not offer updated data on the losses in these almost two years of the pandemic, but assured that "any small decrease in tourist activity has a great effect for a country like Cuba."

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