Cuban gov’t relaxes coronavirus restrictive measures amidst decreasing cases
(MENAFN) Cuba’s administration has relaxed coronavirus-linked restrictive measures since the weekend, as the nation saw a marginal decline of coronavirus cases recently.
The administration has reopened restaurants and cafeterias for indoor dining around seven of Cuba’s 15 provinces and the Isle of Youth special municipality.
It has also declared an easing of frontier control measures for foreign travelers as of Nov. 15.
Under fresh regulations, all travelers travelling to Cuba will be excused from displaying PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests upon arrival, and coronavirus inoculation certificates released abroad will be allowed by customs authorities.
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