Cruise lines’ COVID policies

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Cruise lines around the world are updating their health and safety practices in preparation for a return to cruising during the COVID-19 pandemic. Common updates include new hand sanitizer and mask policies, changes in how food is served and increases in onboard medical staff.

A list of the new health protocols of many ocean and river cruise companies, with links to each cruise line’s health practices webpage, can be found at www.cruisecritic.com/news/5369.

Please login or subscribe to ITN to read the entire post.

Cruise lines around the world are updating their health and safety practices in preparation for a return to cruising during the COVID-19 pandemic. Common updates include new hand sanitizer and mask policies, changes in how food is served and increases in onboard medical staff.

A list of the new health protocols of many ocean and river cruise companies, with links to each cruise line’s health practices webpage, can be found at www.cruisecritic.com/news/5369.