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Following the end of the CDC's COVID-19 cruise ship program, cruise lines are changing their protocols. ... Carnival Cruise Line will only require pre-cruise testing for vaccinated passengers on ...
Carnival Cruise Line will only require pre-cruise testing for vaccinated passengers on trips 16 nights or more, or where local rules mandate it, starting Sept. 6, according to a press release. Unvaccinated guests will no longer need to apply for an exemption to sail either, except on trips in Australia or those that are 16 nights or longer.
Pre-cruise COVID tests have been eliminated on some cruise lines. Viking Cruise officially stopped requiring passengers to test pre-cruise in mid-June, and a handful of other lines have followed suit.
President Michael Bayley gave some straight answers on pre-cruise covid testing and potentially dropping vaccine requirement at a Q&A during the cruise line's President's Cruise.
Testing: Azamara no longer requires pre-cruise COVID-19 testing, except when visiting ports where pre-travel testing is still required. ... Testing: Through the end of September 2022, all guests ...
Carnival Cruise Line today announced protocol updates that meet public health goals but recognize the evolving nature of COVID-19. With these changes, America’s Cruise Line is making it easier for more guests to sail with simplified vaccination and testing guidelines, including no testing for vaccinated guests on sailings less than 16 nights, and eliminating the exemption request process for ...
Princess Cruises today announced updated COVID-19 protocols and guidelines, removing the vaccine requirement for most voyages of less than 16 days so that anyone can cruise, and adjusting pre ...
Carnival Cruise Line has announced today, July 29, that it will be removing all pre-cruise testing requirements for vaccinated guests on short cruises of 5 nights or less, effective August 4.
A spokesperson said: “The exception to this new testing procedure is that Windstar must follow the local rules and regulations of all the countries it visits and currently Canada, Greece, Australia and New Zealand – subject to change – still require Covid-19 pre-testing prior to boarding any ship in their respective waters.”
Vaccinated guests won’t have to take a pre-cruise test on cruises that are shorter than 10 nights. Unvaccinated guests age 5 and up will need to test within 3 days before boarding, regardless of ...