P&O Cruises drops pre-travel testing on some Iona sailings

Friday, 23 Jun, 2022 0

P&O Cruises is dropping pre-travel testing requirements.

However, the testing mandate will be removed for only one ship, and initially for a limited time.

It is applicable to guests on P&O Cruises Iona.

The no test easing lasts from 25 June to 23 July 2022, covering five sailings.

“As the health protocols continue to evolve, P&O Cruises will be changing its policy on Iona to remove the pre-departure testing for all guests,” it said in note to guests.

“We still have a number of protocols in place to help you relax and enjoy your holiday.”

All the cruises depart Southampton to the Norwegian fjords.

P&O Cruises said guests booed on other ship musts still take a pre-departure test for now.

“For the moment, the removal of testing will only be on these five cruises but should this be extended then we will advise guests as necessary,” the line said.

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Learn more about :   P&O Cruises ( Asia Pecific )     P&O Cruises ( United Kingdom )  


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