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  • Writer's pictureMartha Vignati

Norewegian Cruise Line Ease Vaccine Status

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) eased vaccination and testing protocols for its three brands, nixing testing for vaccinated travelers and allowing unvaccinated ones to cruise with a negative test, starting Sep. 3, 2022.

Other major cruise companies such as Carnival Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International only allow a small percentage of unvaccinated passengers age 12 and up with approved exemptions.

Fully vaccinated passengers on Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises guests age 12 and over will no longer have any precruise Covid-19 related protocols, NCLH said, while unvaccinated guests may embark with a negative PCR or antigen test taken within 72 hours prior to departure, subject to local regulations. Guests age 11 and under will not be subject to any vaccination or testing requirements.

The requirements may differ for guests on cruises departing from or visiting destinations with specific local regulations, including but not limited to Canada, Greece and Bermuda,

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