Travel Health

JOHN MADDOX  MARCH 18, 2022 Watching the sunrise from a cruise deck. (photo by Codie Liermann) Quietly on Friday, March 18, the CDC made a couple of very positive changes...

RICH THOMASELLI  MARCH 20, 2022 Design rendering for one of Viking's Polar Class expedition ships. (image courtesy of Viking) Earlier this week Viking Cruises announced the addition...

By Johanna Jainchill |Feb 19, 2022| Cruise companies have agreed to participate in the CDC's voluntary Covid-19 for cruise ships operating in the U.S.

Cruise ships docked in Nassau, Bahamas. (photo by Patrick Clarke) Virtually the entire cruise industry met the Friday, February 18 deadline to opt into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID-19 Cruise Ship Program.

Niagra Falls, Ontario, Canada. (photo courtesy of Collette) With COVID-19 cases now declining and Omicron past its peak, Canada is about to relax its entry restrictions for fully vaccinated international travelers, Reuters reports. Government ministers...

By Matt Turner Feb 2, 2022 07:08am (Photo by anyaberkut/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images) After a slight increase last fall, consumer attitudes about travel are facing some turbulence spurred by the latest wave of...

Rebecca Gibson explores some of the major health and safety challenges facing the passenger shipping industry, as well as some of the products and services that are helping operators to protect their ships, passengers and crew

DONALD WOOD  JANUARY 14, 2022 COVID-19 vaccination booster shot. (photo via Teka77 / iStock / Getty Images Plus) Government officials in Hawaii announced that travelers arriving in the state would soon need to show...

By Arnie Weissmann |Dec 30, 2021 Cruise lines face the challenge of being turned away from ports should there be infections on the ship. Photo Credit: Lais Monteiro/Shutterstock A...