Costa Cruises: Some nations are excluded from the trips

 

Costa Cruises is temporarily excluding some nations from its cruises! 

The situation in Europe is tense again, the number of infected people is currently increasing again drastically. This now has a direct effect on the cruise – and especially on the few cruise ships that are back in service. Due to the current situation, Costa Cruises has now seen a need for action and is temporarily excluding some nations from its cruises

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The nations that are no longer allowed to take part in the cruises include the Swiss, Austrians, Spanish and French. Germans are currently still allowed to travel on board the Costa ships. Costa himself has already commented on his decision in a statement:

The ever-increasing number of cases of infection across Europe has led national health authorities to step up their precautionary measures and impose various restrictions in order to contain the spread of the pandemic. We operate our cruises with a great sense of responsibility towards our guests and crew members as well as the residents of the communities visited by our ships.

We have carefully examined the current situation and cannot rule out that the development could lead to additional restrictive measures and thus impair the safe return of guests to their home country. That is why we have made a responsible decision to limit the embarkation until the end of November of those nationalities whose infection rate is higher than that of Italy, according to the official source of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control. We inform our guests who are affected by these unpredictable changes and suggest suitable alternatives.


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