Noting “significant, positive progress in the public health environment,” Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings will scrap all Covid testing and vaccination requirements, beginning Tuesday, Oct. 4.
The policy change applies to all three NCLH brands: Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
NCLH last rolled back its Covid testing and vaccination policies on Sept.3 by eliminating testing for vaccinated travelers and allowing unvaccinated guests to sail with a negative Covid test.
The company will eliminate all Covid testing, masking and vaccination requirements.
The lines will follow travel guidelines required by the locations they visit. There are Covid-related cruise restrictions in Australia, Bermuda, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Dubai, Fiji, Greece, Honduras, Israel, South Africa, and Uruguay.
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