Celestyal Cruises eases testing protocols

Wednesday, 30 Aug, 2022 0

Greek Islands and Eastern Mediterranean specialist Celestyal announced an easing of Covid-19 policy. 

Effective now, all guests aged 12 years and above must continue to be fully vaccinated including proof of a booster if required.

All guests are required to have a certified negative Covid antigen test taken no more than 48 hours prior to embarkation, or a negative PCR test no more than 72 hours before

This is a relaxation of the earlier requirement of 24 hours prior to embarkation.

Masks, which were previously mandated in all indoor areas, are no longer required but are still highly recommended for indoor areas and outdoors in large crowds.

“These more flexible requirements provide our guests with the option of testing prior to departing for Greece as well as more flexibility when it comes to masking onboard,” said Celestyal Cruises Chief Commercial Officer, Leslie Peden.

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Learn more about :   Celestyal Cruises ( United Kingdom )  


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