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    Norway Foreign Office advise

    the FCO is advising against travel to Norway. Al I reading this right? It says until December 2020!

    That puts a lot of cruises in jeopardy.

    https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/norway
    Past cruises:
    Carnival Conquest October 2002
    Independence of the Seas October 2012
    Independence of the Seas May 2014
    Explorer of the Seas June 2015
    Norwegian Escape October 2015

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    Originally posted by cymrucruiser View Post
    the FCO is advising against travel to Norway. Al I reading this right? It says until December 2020!

    That puts a lot of cruises in jeopardy.

    https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/norway
    I thought the new restrictions last for 1 month?? Of course they can be reviewed again.

    Annie

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      #3
      Aurora will be back tomorrow..our friends have been given a full refund and £400 OBC to spend.

      Garf.

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        #4
        The statement about information being valid to 31 December 2020 is, I think, a more general statement that appears on these EU/EEA travel advice pages. I think it means that a lot of the information on the page remains relevant up to the end of the Brexit transition period. I don't think the page is set out well, as it is easy to assume that the date applies to the coronavirus advice. I think the specifics about coronavirus are separate and it would have been better to lay out the page in a different way to make that much clearer!

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          #5
          Originally posted by sandraggg, Newcastle View Post
          The statement about information being valid to 31 December 2020 is, I think, a more general statement that appears on these EU/EEA travel advice pages. I think it means that a lot of the information on the page remains relevant up to the end of the Brexit transition period. I don't think the page is set out well, as it is easy to assume that the date applies to the coronavirus advice. I think the specifics about coronavirus are separate and it would have been better to lay out the page in a different way to make that much clearer!
          Thank you Sandra. Someone else said that on the original article I read. Welcome to the forum by the way! Great first post interacting and answering a question. Please stick around and join in x
          Past cruises:
          Carnival Conquest October 2002
          Independence of the Seas October 2012
          Independence of the Seas May 2014
          Explorer of the Seas June 2015
          Norwegian Escape October 2015

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          • sandraggg, Newcastle
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            Thank you very much for your welcome and your kind words! I have enjoyed reading forum posts for a very long time now and have finally decided to join!

          #6
          Not a good start to Iona's first season. What a shame.

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