Foreign tourists who wish may be vaccinated in Cuba
Starting next Monday, all foreign tourists who arrive in Cuba and wish to do so may be vaccinated against COVID-19 with the immunogens developed by scientists from the largest of the Antilles.
When he appeared on national television the day before, Cuban president, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, made the announcement and added that conditions have been created in the country to monitor the entire immunization process until the vaccination scheme is completed. visitors who wish and remain the necessary time on the island.
He also explained those who are vaccinated and cannot stay in the country for the required time, will be able to transfer the immunogen to their places of origin with the necessary indications for its conservation.
The president also said there will be a notable increase in the frequencies of international airlines flights to Cuba in the coming months and announced it is expected that around 50% of the number of tourists who have visited the island so far this year, is the figure to register from now until the end of December.
The Cuban president addressed various issues of national interest such as the progress made in controlling the pandemic, despite which it is necessary to maintain the measures to confront COVID-19, transformations carried out in the communities considered vulnerable, as well as the measures adopted to improve agricultural production and marketing in Cuba.