Cuba is ready to welcome International travelers.

The Caribbean nation has decided to relax its COVID-19 travel ban in the coming weeks. According to reports, the new law will take effect on November 15. The decision came after more than 90% of Cubans received at least one vaccine.

Tourism accounts for more than 10% of Cuba’s gross domestic product (GDP). But during the epidemic, the numbers dropped drastically. Although the city welcomed nearly 4 million people in 2019, only 200,000 visits were recorded in 2021 (so far).

Tourism Minister Juan Carlos García said in a statement that the country would accept flights from the United States if supported by the government. “We don’t expect the local electricity to be filled on the 15th, but it’s possible that we will experience a gradual winter. It depends on how the market does it, but the situation is getting better and better. we are optimistic.”

Cuban tour workers looked forward to the day. They now plan to welcome guests from November 15th. Carriers also want to resume flights from their key markets, including Europe and Canada.

The Republic of Cuba is a beautiful country made up of islands and islets. Located in the middle of the North Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean, the city is known for its stunning beaches, including Havana and Varadero.