Visit Cuba and you get SOBERANO vaccine


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Pure rubbish. They haven't vaccinated the locals but have vaccines for tourists. They are charging $35 for covid tests coming in and $65 to get out. In the US all of those tests are free. From what I understand, in the US you need two shots about a month apart. So it would be kind of useless to get a Cuban shot from one manufacturer go home and get another shot from another. Most people don't stay there a month. More smokescreen propaganda. John  

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Pure rubbish. They haven't vaccinated the locals but have vaccines for tourists. They are charging $35 for covid tests coming in and $65 to get out. In the US all of those tests are free. From what I understand, in the US you need two shots about a month apart. So it would be kind of useless to get a Cuban shot from one manufacturer go home and get another shot from another. Most people don't stay there a month. More smokescreen propaganda. John  

I agree about the pricing but I did read you would get one shot there and then take the other home to use later.


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4 hours ago, LLC said:


I agree about the pricing but I did read you would get one shot there and then take the other home to use later.


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And much like the cigars you buys on the island, you gotta put the vaccine in the freezer to kill of any bugs... :lol3:

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Here is Cuba's play-by-play on the COVID vaccine. They have made press releases of discoveries of 4 types of vaccines that they would provide for the locals. The first 3 were failures. The 4th one, SOVERANA 2 will be available for tourists at the end of the year. If you aren't there for month, they will give you the remaining 2 shots to take home. They have yet to vaccine any locals in quantity. They have also stated that they will manufacture 100 million+ vaccines for lesser developed countries in Latin America and Africa free of charge. Fairy tales are a basic ingredient in Cuba's cook-book recipes. 

 

According to Directorio Cubano, starting 2/23/21 only residents can fly in to Cuba. No tourists can fly in for a scheduled month. Tourists can fly out though. My guess would also be that locals cant fly out. 

 

The Directorio Cubano article is not being verified, so it could be old news. John

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