Following Carnival Cruise Line, MSC Cruises has loosened the requirements for Covid testing for travellers departing from US ports.
For sailings out of Miami and Port Canaveral, the current immunisation requirements will be in effect until 8th August – four days following a change in Carnival’s procedures.
All MSC passengers who are 12 years of age or older are required to be completely immunised against Covid-19 under current regulations.
A negative test result obtained within three days before embarkation will be required for unvaccinated children aged two and older due to the modifications.
Fully immunised passengers travelling from US ports for a period of six nights or longer must provide documentation of a negative test performed within three days of departure.
It is advised that vaccinated travellers travelling from US ports for five nights or less have a negative test within three days of embarkation, although this is not a requirement for boarding.
MSC’s revised procedures for US sailings have been prompted by a shift in health and safety criteria established by the CDC, a national public health organisation.
With MSC Seashore in Miami and MSC Divina in Port Canaveral, the line has two ships headquartered in Florida.
The protocols of MSC Cruises are subject to any requirements of any destinations on the itineraries of its two ships from US ports and were initially introduced in August 2020.
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