From November 15, 2020, Cuba will allow tourist entry via Havana Airport. However, the travelers must undergo a health examination including PCR testing. The freedom of movement is restricted until a negative result is obtained. However, this should last a maximum of 24 hours.
However, the test is not free of charge, but a so-called “health tax” has to be paid. The authorities have not yet given any specific information about the amount. Other areas of the isolated state may soon be reopened to tourism. For the seaside resort of Varadero, a special regulation has been in place for some time.