Atlas Ocean Voyages To Require COVID-19 Vaccination
Atlas Ocean Voyages has introduced that it’ll require proof of vaccination towards COVID-19 for all company, starting with World Navigator’s October 4, 2021, crusing from Europe to the Caribbean.
The change to the corporate’s obligatory vaccination requirement is hardly sudden as locations are continually updating their COVID-19 protocols and procedures, prompting cruise traces to regulate their insurance policies in response.
Atlas stated it goals to make sure an uninterrupted and protected visitor expertise, which means that each one company might want to current a legitimate certificates proving that they’ve been absolutely vaccinated towards the virus at the least 14 days previous to embarkation.
For all voyages, Atlas may also administer a compulsory COVID-19 antigen check at embarkation and require company to offer a legitimate unfavourable consequence from a PCR check taken not more than 72 hours earlier or a legitimate unfavourable consequence from an antigen check taken as much as 48 hours previous to embarkation.
“The protection and well being of company and crew stay Atlas Ocean Voyages’ prime precedence. All Atlas shipboard workers and crew members are vaccinated, and the cruise model continues to watch the ever-changing worldwide journey necessities and can modify its well being and security protocols as applicable,” the corporate stated in a press release Thursday.
World Navigator’s 13-day October Four crusing is slated to journey from Lisbon, Portugal to Bridgetown, Barbados, with stops within the Canary Islands and Saint Lucia.
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