Latin American countries reopen borders in contrast to European restrictions

Latin American countries such as Cuba and Chile on Monday took a new step towards normalizing tourism and travel in general with the reopening of their borders, in contrast to measures being taken by several European nations, mainly aimed at non-vaccinated people, amid another wave of Covid-19 infections.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the World Health Organization, the pandemic has killed over 5 million people and caused 253.1 million infections worldwide. America is the most affected region, with 2.3 million deaths and 95.1 million cases, while 1.4 million people have died and 81.1 million have been infected in Europe.


Cuba's airports and hotels reopened to international tourism today, and 700,000 elementary school students returned to classrooms.

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel visited a primary school in Havana, which welcomed its students back as part of . . .

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