18 November, 2020
Sanitary Control Protocol for Aeronautical operations
Actions on Arrivals...
- Travelers must sign an affidavit of health status form and deliver it to the health authority.
- Travelers must bring a health insurance that covers COVID-19 or purchase it at the airport, for a cost of 30 USD.
- Body temperature check & health status interview will be performed by nurses. Passengers detected with any sign or symptom of a transmission disease, will be evaluated by a doctor in a Temporary Isolation Room and remitted as a non-specific syndrome for a health institution in medical transport.
- RT-PCR will be done to all travelers on the airport, informing the result on 48h. Five days after arrival, a reconfirmation second PCR test will be done, now at the staying destination. A fee of 30 USD / person will be charged to the airline for all the Health Control Services displayed on the island borders.
Other have-to measures...
- The use of face mask is mandatory for all travelers inside the airport, and during first days of staying in Cuba, until they receive the confirmation of COVID Non-infected result after second PCR test.
- Maintain physical distance of 1.5m between each person in the checkin areas, passenger control, public areas and lines, is also recquired.
- All cargo and luggage, including hand luggage will be disinfected according to Public Health procedures.
Stays in Cuba...
- Cuban authorities have to be kipt informed about the different destinations where travelers will be staying.
- To guarantee social isolation, travelers will have them movements restricted and must stay at them accommodation avoiding mass events, until they have the confirmation of COVID-19 Non-infected result after RT-PCR test.
- Only duly identified passengers are allowed to enter the airport properly wearing the face mask and their luggages.
- Temperature control will be carried out.
- Travelers with respiratory symptoms will not be allowed to beard a plane, being remitted to a health institution.
24 July, 2020
protocol of sanitary measures in tourism against covid-19
The tourism sector in Cuba faces a new paradigm in which travel agencies must be prepared to think and act on safety and hygiene, to minimize the risk of contagion with SARS-COV-2, a virus that causes COVID-19 disease, which has hit our country and the world in a widespread way.In this sense, a group ...
18 June, 2020
Fun facts about Cuba
About 150 million years ago, Cuba was part of a submerged North American mountain range. Movements of the earth’s crust below the sea made the mountain tops appear above the surface of the water. These peaks became the Caribbean islands that we know today. During the 17th century, pirates buried ...