Carnival Cruise Line eases testing rules

Tuesday, 01 Aug, 2022 0

Carnival Cruise Line is lifting some pre-embarkation testing requirements.

From August 4, it will waive pre-cruise testing for fully vaccinated guests for cruises no longer than five days.

Pre-cruise testing remains for longer voyages and for all unvaccinated guests.

Tests can be taken up to three days before departure.

Carnival states ‘all adjustments are subject to any destinations on the itinerary.’

Royal Caribbean recently announced that it would no longer require testing for vaccinated guests on short cruises.

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