Silversea removes requirement for passengers to be vaccinated

By Lisa James
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Silversea Cruises has become the latest cruise line to remove requirements for passengers to be vaccinated against COVID.

The company is also removing its requirement for vaccinated passengers to take pre-embarkation tests – as long as local regulations allow.

The company said the new rules will apply from 5 September.

Unvaccinated passengers will still have to provide prove of a negative COVID test, which can be an antigen or PCR test, within 72 hours before embarkation.

Silversea said: “Testing and vaccination requirements may differ for select destinations based on local regulations, including but not limited to Australia, Canada and Greece.

“Where tests are required, all guests must provide proof of a negative test result (printed or digital) at embarkation and should travel with a copy of their test result.”

The cruise line said it will advise booked guests and travel agents of any relevant local COVID-19 requirements within 30 days prior to sailing.

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