May 2 2021 On May 1, local time, after more than four months of suspension, Italy’s Cosita Cruise Line officially resumed flights, the Central News Agency reported. On the same day, the company’s “Cossage Jade” slowly sailed out of the port, carrying tourists to start a trip to the Mediterranean Sea.
The Italian government reportedly banned cruise ships by the end of 2020 because of the spread of the pandemic. With this ban, The Gosita Cruise Line’s flagship, the Gosita Jade, will be suspended from December 20, 2020.
At 18:15 local time on May 1st, the Gosita Jade, which had been suspended for more than four months, slowly sailed out of the northwestern Italian port of Savona, marking the official resumption of the company’s cruise ship.
The 60-year-old singer, who arrived on a cruise ship to be tested for a Coronavirus before boarding the ship, said, “I was really moved to cry when I was able to take another boat trip, and it was like being born again,” the 60-year-old singer reportedly said. ”
Bogamini, a 35-year-old bank clerk, was also excited, saying, “Sailing tourism is of symbolic value to the recovery of Italian tourism, and of course I’m coming.” ”
According to reports, the cruise ship on the same day carrying about 1500 passengers out of Hong Kong, about a quarter of the normal capacity, all passengers and crew must first undergo virus testing before boarding, in the ship must also wear a mask. In addition, 1,300 crew members were quarantined for 14 days before they were on duty.
On this Mediterranean voyage, the cruise will stop at several ports, including Las Pezia, Naples and Messina, for a journey of approximately 3 to 7 days.