40 fully vaccinated students in Cuba allowed to return to Antigua and Barbuda


Cabinet Notes:

The Cabinet called on the Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Terri Ann Joseph, to participate in the Cabinet’s decision to allow 40 students returning from Cuba to be allowed entry and to place the 40 in their parents’ homes rather than a quarantine center.


The students received the full dose of the Cuban vaccine Sobrenna–the vaccine against Covid-19 that is available to them–and have therefore fulfilled one of the requirements set down for entry.


The students may nevertheless be restricted from free movement within the population until it is determined that they are free of the contagious virus.

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  1. “They may be restricted from free movement until it is determined they are free from the contagion”… but it’s ok to give it to the family if they have it… and the family is free to move around in Antigua. Make it make sense plz. Although, imo, the Cuban vaccine is likely the best one out there.

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