Travelers who have frequented mainland China inside of thirty days of their voyage with Regent Seven Seas Cruises will not be authorized to board, the cruise line has explained in a statement, as a precaution against spreading the coronavirus. A single cruise line, Costa Cruises, had a single of its ships locked down in Italy on Thursday as health and fitness officials identified a unwell passenger (despite the fact that it was decided to be the flu and the ship has ongoing sailing).
Regent’s total statement reads, “The safety, stability and perfectly-being of our visitors and crew is our amount-a single precedence. As these, because of to the expanding concern with regards to coronavirus bacterial infections in China, visitors who have frequented mainland China inside of thirty days of their voyage embarkation will not be authorized to board a Regent Seven Seas Cruises ship. Hong Kong is not regarded as aspect of mainland China and visitors who have frequented Hong Kong will be permitted to sail. Guests denied boarding because they traveled to mainland China within thirty days of their voyage embarking will be issued a refund when they offer proof of journey.
“In addition, in Hong Kong we are implementing non-touch temperature screenings for all visitors embarking from this spot and any visitor who registers a body temperature of 100.4 levels Fahrenheit or 38 levels Celsius or larger will not be authorized to board.
“At this time, there are no adjustments to our itineraries. We also have the overall flexibility to change our itineraries as necessary to avoid locations of concern. As generally, we will monitor the condition intently.”
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