Havana - The Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba announced that Havana's José Martí International Airport will resume commercial, regular, and charter air operations as of 00:00 hours next Sunday November 15.
A Protocol for Health Control will be strictly followed. It includes, among other measures, the carrying out of the PCR test in the different international terminals to all the travelers who arrive in the national territory.
According to a decision by the Public Health authorities, a sanitary fee will be charged to cover the implemented protocols' costs.
Cuba reiterates its decision to guarantee the health and life of its nationals and of the foreigners who visit the country, ratifying itself as a safe destination whose results in terms of confronting the pandemic are internationally recognized.
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