Disney Cruise Line is eliminating its COVID-19 testing requirements for guests starting in mid-November.
In an update made Wednesday, the cruise line said guests, regardless of vaccination status, will no longer have to be tested for COVID-19 starting on Nov. 14.
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New: Disney Cruise Line announced it will no longer require guests to be tested for COVID-19 regardless of vaccination status on all cruises beginning Nov. 14. pic.twitter.com/a5g0FJmYKe— Landon McReynolds (@LandonProducer) November 2, 2022
According to Disney’s website, vaccinations are not required but recommended for guests of all ages.
The COVID-19 testing update applies to sailings from the U.S.
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