As of Tuesday 21 February 2017 there are no requirements or alerts for traveler to get vaccinations to enter or visit Cuba.
Zika Virus in Cuba Threat level is considered low. As of today only three domestic cases have been reported in Cuba. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends travelers to Cuba protect themselves from mosquito bites.
Learn more about Cuba’s remarkable success in preventing the spread of Zika.
Cuba is not considered a risk country for Hepatitis B, Malaria or other tropical diseases.
If you have concerns about travel vaccinations or immunizations please discuss with your doctor or a travel clinic.
For more health and travel alerts about travel to Cuba for Americans please visit the US Passports and International Travel website on Cuba.
Questions about Cuba
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