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P&O cruise deferred from last year. P&O will not now accept unvaccinated passengers. Refund?
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I would expect the number of quarantine days to reduce so maybe only 7 or even 5.
Just factor this in to your travel plans. As far as insurance is concerned I would not expect policies to offer Covid insurance to unvaccinated passengers - well, not at an affordable premium anyway. You can always travel uninsured but then of course you bear the risk.
You obviously have no understanding whatsoever of the pandemic. Coronavirus is going to be with us all, universally, for a while yet, even though our government thinks it's fine to lift restrictions as from next week. They don't care whether we, the great unwashed public, live or die.
You are perfectly entitled to do exactly as you wish but not when it comes to mixing with those of us who have been triple vaccinated. Your beliefs are your beliefs. But the rest of us would prefer not to be in close proximity. There are fewer places where you are in closer proximity than on a cruise.
Those people who are making every effort to avoid being struck down or passing on the virus should not have to be exposed to people who don't want to have any of the current 'vaccines'.
The restrictions are far from pointless* and it's doubtful that for cruise ships they will be dropped next year if people are still dying as they are now. If they are, good luck to you but if they're not, you won't be going anywhere. Again.
*You probably won't be interested but there are some statistics from the WHO here - https://covid19.who.int/
To answer your original question, I can’t see that you’ll have a right to a refund, as the trip is still available, you’re just choosing to be difficult about meeting the requirements.
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