Norwegian Cruise Line resets vaccination requirement for some passengers

By Editorial


Until the end of January Norwegian Cruise Line will resume the Covid-19 vaccine requirement and testing requirements across its fleet for a group of passengers.

Guests who have been in mainland China, Hong Kong or Macau in the last 10 days, or who have passports from these countries and cannot prove they were not there in that period, will need to be fully vaccinated and boosted to travel on board.

In addition, these clients will be subject to a rigorous testing regime. To begin with, they must present a negative result supervised by a doctor taken within 48 hours prior to boarding. Once in port, they will need to take another medically supervised negative PCR test eight hours after boarding.

Finally, passengers will be subject to on-board examinations supervised by doctors that will take place every 48 hours until 10 days have passed since they were last in the restricted country. The cost of the tests on board, of USD 99, is the responsibility of the guests.



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