A few of Carnival Cruise Line’s Covid-19 guidelines have been modified to reflect the removal of CDC restrictions for the US cruise sector.
On cruises with itineraries lasting five nights or less, fully vaccinated passengers will no longer be required to complete a pre-cruise test beginning with embarkations on or after Thursday, 4th August.
There will be no in-terminal testing for unvaccinated customers on the day of departure, and pre-cruise testing is permitted for itineraries lasting six nights or more three days before departure.
All unvaccinated travelers age two and older, however, must show documentation of a negative outcome from a lab-administered or closely monitored self-administered antigen test performed three days prior to departure.
A representative representing the company said: “We remain, as always, committed to the health and safety of our guests, crew, and the communities we serve.
“These changes will be made in phases, with the first of these updates effective on 4 August and focused on short cruise itineraries of five-nights or less. More changes will be announced shortly and all changes are subject to any requirements of destinations on the itinerary.”
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