New safety measures have been introduced by Condor, including the need for a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours of travel.
The Commodore Goodwill is also reverting to only carrying unaccompanied freight from Portsmouth.
“We fully understand that the changes may be inconvenient for to some,” said Condor’s Operations Director, Elwyn Dop, “but we are working in the best interests of the Islands as a whole and feel this is the best option available to us.”
Pictured: All routes have been affected by the changes.
People departing from Guernsey will not need to provide a negative test; however, all passengers booked from the UK and France to Jersey and Guernsey and from Jersey to Guernsey will need a negative result.
The Goodwill will be adopting a sterile environment.
“These are, once again, unprecedented times for our industry and these prudent measures ensure lifeline freight and passenger services are safeguarded,” concluded Mr Dopp.
Pictured top: All customers are being notified of the changes.
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