One of the most luxurious travel options is cruising. Many cruise companies around the world offer tours around the world.
However, due to the ongoing pandemic, the cruise has been badly affected and we have read reports from many cruise lines denied entry to land space due to restrictions imposed by many countries. With travel slowly catching up, Taiwan recently announced that it would resume cruising.
On July 26, Taiwan resumed its cruise with separate COVID quarters on the ship. The country and other handful of countries banded together to resume cruising after the halt purchased by COVID-19. To boost tourism, the country started cruising. However, the ships will carry 1/3 of the maximum passenger limit. Companies should conduct temperature checks and have 22 COVID stations to isolate passengers in the event of illness.
Once the cruise begins, over 900 travelers will be able to explore the islands with new safety guidelines set by the government. The first cruise ship is from Hong Kong's Explorer Dream, which will take off from the Taiwanese port of Keelung. The cruise covers the scenic islands of Penghu, Kinmen, and Matsu which are 5 days from Taiwan.
Cruises are part of the government's effort to boost tourism and allow people to start traveling after months of lockdown.
Cruise ships carrying passengers on which only a third of the passengers are allowed. In addition, 500 crew members should undergo a mandatory 21-day health check and all front-line personnel should wear masks and gloves. The buffet service, spa and casino will remain closed. And when eating, partitions are installed so that a person with safety regulations can eat.
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