Cuba will allow vaccinated holidaymakers to enter without a PCR test from 7 November.
Visitors who haven’t received both jabs of a COVID vaccine will still have to take a PCR test within 72 hours of travel.
Until 7 November, Cuba will continue to require a negative PCR test from all travellers, including children.
Customers arriving on charter flights before 7 November will be given another PCR test on arrival and will be transferred to their hotels where they must isolate until they receive their results.
Those arriving on scheduled flights will be given a PCR test and they’ll have to stay at a designated isolation hotel until they’ve had a second negative PCR test on the fifth day.
The cost of the hotel, tests and transport must be paid by the passenger, by credit card or cash.