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Clients booking a vacation that begins on or after March 1, 2023, will no longer need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to travel with the Globus family of brands.
The island of Barbados joins the growing list of destinations that are foregoing COVID-19 testing for vaccinated cruise passengers.
More good news from the Caribbean: Saint Lucia has dropped all its COVID-19 pre-travel requirements for international travelers.
More good news from the cruise world: MSC Cruises and Celestyal Cruises have both announced a further easing of previous COVID-19 policies.
They're officially open for business to all travelers: tell your clients that all restrictions have been lifted for travel to the Cayman Islands.
Cruise lines around the world continue to ease up on their COVID-19 restrictions, opening the way for unvaccinated passengers...
Windstar Cruises revised its COVID-19 protocols and procedures and will no longer require pre-cruise COVID-19 tests for embarking guests.
Princess' updated guidelines reflect the cruise line's ongoing commitment to providing a safe and healthy environment for all guests and crew.
Legendary cruise line Cunard is updating its Covid-19 protocols for vaccinated guests across the majority of its voyages.
Virgin Voyages is lifting its pre-cruise COVID-19 testing requirements on sailings out of Europe from July 24, 2022 and on U.S. cruises from July 27, 2022.
Travelers to the British Virgin Islands are no longer required to present a negative COVID-19 test to gain entry, effective today, Friday July 15, 2022.
South Africa lifts all COVID-19 restrictions, including indoor mask mandates, limiting the size of gatherings and port of entry vaccination requirements, while Thailand drops its mask mandate and "Thailand Pass".
As soon as the announcement came that the COVID-19 testing requirement had been lifted, there was a round of applause from throughout the industry.
Continued port closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic has compelled Windstar Cruises to cancel all of its Asia cruises scheduled for fall 2022.