TORONTO — Uniworld Boutique River Cruises has announced eased COVID-19 protocols taking effect next year.
A statement from Uniworld says the cruise line will drop COVID-19 vaccination requirements for passengers sailing with the cruise line in 2023.
Passengers are cautioned however that they must still follow COVID-19 rules, if applicable, for countries on their itineraries.
Here is Uniworld’s statement in full:
“While we will continue to require our guests to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 through 2022, we have made the careful and informed decision to not require COVID vaccinations for guests traveling with Uniworld in 2023.
“However, guests will be required to follow the entry requirements specified by each country visited along their itinerary—by river, land or rail.
“Entry guidelines for travel to each destination can be found on our Travel Requirements page and guests are responsible for ensuring they meet the travel entry requirements of each country visited during their river cruise.”