Norwegian Cruise Line has canceled the vaccination requirement on its cruise ships effective September 3rd

Madrid, 9 (European press)

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings will cancel the vaccination requirement on its cruise ships effective September 3 after the last revision of its health and safety protocols, according to a statement.

Specifically, vaccinated passengers 12 years of age or older will not have any Covid-19-related protocol before boarding, while unvaccinated passengers can board a negative Covid-19 test, which is done within 72 hours. before boarding the plane. local regulations.

Additionally, the updated protocols include that those under the age of 11 will not be subject to vaccination requirements or testing protocols of any kind.

These actions will apply to Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, for all cruises beginning on or after September 3, 2022.

Additionally, the company cautioned that requirements may differ for travelers visiting destinations with specific local regulations, including but not limited to Canada, Greece and Bermuda.

The president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Frank Del Rio, highlighted that these changes “bring them closer to the rest of society,” as they “learn to adapt and live with Covid-19.”

“Easing protocols along with easing travel restrictions and reopening cruise ships in more ports is hugely positive for our business,” Del Rio said.

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