DCL-Disney Cruise Line removes COVID testing requirements

   November 3, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

DCL-Disney Cruise Line announced it is eliminating its COVID testing requirements for passengers starting in mid-November.

In an update on Wednesday, November 2, DCL said that guests, regardless of their vaccination status, would no longer have to be tested for COVID prior to boarding, starting on November 14.

The COVID testing update applies to sailings from the USA.

Disney Treasure cruise ship

Disney announced plans to drop its COVID vaccination requirement in September. Passengers age 5+ on sailings through November 13 must either provide proof of COVID vaccination or the results of a test taken between 1 and 2 days before sailing.

The line continues to "highly" recommend that all cruise passengers be fully vaccinated.

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