Cuba became very cautious about dangers of reopening its borders to international tourism in nowadays universal pandemic conditions.
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Parts of the Caribbean have decided to begin to reopen tentatively to international tourism.
Tourism-dependent destinations in the Caribbean are being advised to look more to regional travel to boost their tourism product post COVID-19. At the same time, former Minister of Tourism and Aviation in the Bahamas Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace is suggesting that governments consider reducing taxes on intra-regional travel to encourage more movement ...
Already faced with billions of dollars in losses as a result of COVID-19, Jamaica’s tourism ministry has begun planning the reopening of its industry in order to help save the country’s economy.
The movement is slow, very careful and even full of fear. But world tourism has begun to move away from its most unique and historical powerful tyrant: the new coronavirus.
Aruba has been closed to overseas arrivals since March 16, shortly after the island nation recorded its first cases of coronavirus.