Read Legenda Explanation. This page for Cuba has been latest updated at 2020-04-01 23:07:53
On March 18, the country has put people from several corona-affected countries in quarantine but says it's still a safe destination for tourists to visit. However, a week later, they came back on this notice saying more restrictions are needed to prevent the further spreading of the coronavirus.
The Cuban government will not permit any new tourists from entering the country as of Tuesday, March 24. All non-citizens currently on the island are being asked to leave before the same date. Earlier, the Cuban government canceled all major concerts and events in the country.
On March 31, the government said they will ban all incoming international passenger flights. All foreign boats are asked to leave the island's water.
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Last validated on April 01, 2020:1 April: Cuba will deny entry to any incoming international passenger flight. Earlier, the country urged all foreigners to leave the island nation before March 24.