Two more cruise lines ease COVID rules

By Lisa James
04/11/2022
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Royal Caribbean International and Disney Cruise Line have updated their COVID protocols.

Royal Caribbean no longer requires pre-cruise testing on most sailings, according to an update on its website.

There are some exceptions. For example, unvaccinated guests aged 12+ need to test within three days before their cruise on sailings from US and the Caribbean with stops in Colombia, Haiti or Honduras need to take a test within three days before their cruise.

All passengers aged two and older sailing from Australia, and those aged five and over on transatlantic cruises, also need to test prior to boarding.

Disney, meanwhile, will no longer require guests to take pre-cruise tests on sailings from the US from mid-November.

The cruise operator said: “For sailings from the US beginning on or after November 14, 2022, Disney Cruise Line will no longer require guests to be tested for COVID-19 regardless of vaccination status.”

Disney recommends, but does not require, all guests to be fully vaccinated. Face coverings are recommended for all unvaccinated guests in indoor areas onboard, but are not required.

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