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In Italy, cruises can continue to sail: Dpcm revised in extremis
November 4, 2020
Two ships of Costa Crociere and MSC Cruises in the port of Genoa
Unlike what was predicted in the latest draft circulated until late yesterday evening, the Dpcm that Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte signed last night and which was published in the Official Gazette does not stop cruises.
Article 8 of the decree, entitled 'Provisions relating to cruise ships and foreign-flagged ships' specifies in fact that "Cruise services by Italian-flagged passenger ships can only be carried out in compliance with the specific guidelines referred to in to annex 17 of this decree, validated by the technical-scientific committee referred to in article 2 of the ordinance of 3 February 2020, n. 630, of the Head of the Civil Protection Department, starting from the date of August 15, 2020 ". Therefore with the same rules for the restart of the ships adopted so far. The second paragraph adds that "Cruise services can be used by those who are not subjected or obliged to comply with health surveillance and / or fiduciary isolation measures and who have not stayed
or transited in the fourteen days prior to embarkation in states or territories referred to in lists C, D, E and F of Annex 20 ". These are the countries considered most at risk for the spread of infections.