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Viking Air and Covid


ClevelandKid
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Got a question for those who are booked on cruises happening soon...

 

I have read the Viking pr stuff about tracking covid while onboard (which sounds very impressive), but there is another spot where crowds are unavoidable - airports.  Does anyone know if Viking Air is attempting to avoid certain airports or otherwise minimize risk?  Our cruise in February has (or will have)  a connecting flight in Sao Paulo, which is a covid hotspot.

 

Thanks!

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It’s impossible to predict where future Covid hotspots will be, so I’d be surprised if Viking could route people accordingly. One of the things about hotspots is they have a short tenure (thankfully). Here’s hoping they’ll be a distant memory by next February.

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