NCLH to allow unvaccinated passengers on cruises from September

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By Linsey McNeill
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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has updated its health and safety protocols to bring it more into line with the worldwide travel industry.

From 3 September, passengers will no longer need to be vaccinated against COVID to travel on any of its cruises, which includes Norwegian Cruise Lines, Regent Seven Seas and Oceania.

However, guests over 11 years old who haven’t been fully vaccinated will need to provide proof of a medically supervised negative antigen or PCR test.

Fully vaccinated adults and children under the age of 12 will no longer need to show proof of a negative test from 3 September.

Until then, existing protocols remain, so all passengers over 11 must be fully vaccinated and adults and children aged two to 11 must provide a negative test or proof of recent recovery.

NCLH also warned that, from 3 September, guests will still have to comply with COVID testing and vaccination requirements in the destinations they are visiting as part of the cruise.

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