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Ministry clarifies cruise ship vaccination rules for children

Visitors arriving at the cruise ship terminal in Dockyard (File photograph).

Cruise passengers with children will fall under new Covid-19 regulations from March 7, according to the Ministry of Transport.

Children aged 11 and under will be accepted under the vaccination status of their parents or guardians.

Visitors aged 12 and above must be fully vaccinated to travel to the island.

The ministry defines full vaccination as having taken a full course of approved vaccines, either one or two doses, plus two weeks.

The first cruise ship of the summer season, the Spirit of Adventure, arrives on March 19.

Queries can be directed to the Bermuda Covid-19 hotline at +1 (441) 444-2498 between 8am and 8pm.

Questions can also be e-mail to TAapprovals@gov.bm

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Published February 25, 2022 at 7:42 am (Updated February 25, 2022 at 7:42 am)

Ministry clarifies cruise ship vaccination rules for children

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