November 10. Cuba will fully reopen for tourism next week with no testing or quarantine as the nation drops entry restrictions for the first time in 20 months.
The reopening will coincide with the nation’s peak tourism season, which is from mid-November until late March.
Travelers will no longer need to show a negative PCR test if they’re fully vaccinated and have a certificate to prove it.
However, unvaccinated travelers will need to present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure to Cuba. Children under 12 are exempt from providing proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test.
The airport authorities will take random diagnostic tests at the airport. If a tourist tests positive, the government will transfer them to a ‘hotel hospital’, which is a government authorized tourist facility offering isolation and medical care.
Source: Travel off Path