Celestyal Cruises on Wednesday announced the abolition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates or certificates of past infection, as well as the need to present negative tests for the coronavirus, effective for next year’s season.
The lifting of the previous public health precautions will take effect on March 2, 2023, excluding new demands by Greek authorities.
At the same time, the cruise operator – which specializes in voyages in Greek waters – said all crewmembers will be required to be fully vaccinated, while also encouraging passengers above the age of 12 to also receive Covid-19 inoculations. The company also continues to recommend precautionary tests for the coronavirus before passengers embark on a cruise – although such results are no longer obligatory for boarding.
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