The Dutch authorities classify the UK as 'very high risk' country. From 22nd December, all travellers from the UK, irrespective of the vaccination status, need to self-isolate for 10 days. This can be shortened by getting a negative test on day 5. More information can be found on: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/netherlands/entry-requirements
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- What are new entry requirements for the Netherlands?
- What are new entry requirements for Germany?
- What are new entry requirements for France and how does it affect guests travelling from the UK?
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- What are the rules if I'm sailing with P&O on a cruise visiting Spain and the Canary islands?
- Entry requirements for Spain have recently changed and 12 year olds need to be fully vaccinated. My child has got a single dose of the vaccination. What are our options?
- Do cruise lines offer testing onboard for all visited ports?
- If I book an excursion through the cruise line, is the cost of the required test included in the excursion's cost?
- What will happen if the PCR result doesn’t arrive due to Christmas/Boxing Day?
- What will happen if my cruise booked for 2022 is affected by the pandemic? Would we receive a refund or offer of another cruise at a later date?