Azamara Drops Pre-cruise COVID Testing, Retains Vax Requirement

Beginning 25JUL, Azamara will be removing its pre-embarkation COVID-19 testing requirement, excluding ports where it is still required in accordance with country regulations. The cruise line will still require proof of vaccination prior to embarkation for travellers 12 years of age and older, reports Cruise Industry News. Azamara said in a statement that it recommends pax departing at any port to get tested “to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable travel experience,” but results are not required. According to Azamara, COVID-19 testing will continue to be available to guests onboard as needed.

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