MSC: “Fake news of the imminent interruption of cruises”

 Genoa – Fake news: those circulated in the last few hours on various social channels about MSC ‘s desire to stop cruises in the Mediterranean are not true news. The company made it known to the foreign press.

The rumors that MSC will cease operations on its two ships are clearly denied by MSC Cruises from Genova. The largest privately owned shipping company in the world will not cease operations either today or this week. The rumor of the cessation of operations is simply a false report that was and continues to be spread on social media, so we would like to counteract this on behalf of MSC Cruises with the following statement from the company:


“In response to several misleading posts on social media, MSC Cruises would like to clarify that any presumption of suspension of operations in the Mediterranean is completely false and unfounded. MSC Cruises continues to operate successfully in the Mediterranean thanks to a protocol that has evolved and strengthened since the restart in August in response to the development of the pandemic on land. As a result, guests, crew members and communities visited by ships are better protected by increasingly stringent measures ”.


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