NS Revival of COVID-19 Carnival Cruise Line voyage returns will not change, but Doral-based cruise lines will be issued Mask and test The carnival announced on Wednesday that it requires passengers.
“These new requirements have been implemented To protect guests and crew on boardAnd to continue to provide our homeports and destinations with the confidence that we are playing our part in supporting their efforts to protect the health and safety of the public. ” The statement by President Christine Duffy of Carnival Cruise Line was partially read. “These requirements are temporary and we appreciate your cooperation.”
The carnival uses the usual “careful” fabric softener, pointing out that other entertainment venues, including Disney Park, are doing the same, “all guests are in certain indoor areas of the carnival ship. You will be asked to wear a mask. “
The mission begins on Saturday with a cruise that lasts until October 31st.
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COVID-19 test for vaccinated passengers
Vaccinated people can still obtain and infect COVID-19, but they are not usually hospitalized for COVID-19.Jackson Health System said Wednesday 90% of 278 COVID-19 patients are unvaccinated And out of 28, 21 are immunocompromised by transplantation.
To that end, Carnival requires fully vaccinated passengers to bring evidence of a negative test performed within 3 days of boarding from August 14th to at least October 31st. The test can be a PCR test or an antigen test. Testing in the terminal is not available.
Guidelines for unvaccinated passengers
These passengers are not locked out of the cruise. They need to cruise according to more rules listed below.
▪ ▪ Negative PCR test performed 24 to 72 hours before voyage.
▪ ▪ Antigen test at boarding is negative.
▪ ▪ Third test within 24 hours of getting off the boat on a 4-day or longer cruise.
▪ ▪ Each person will be charged an additional $ 150. When departing from a Florida or Texas port, all passengers over the age of 12 must present proof of travel insurance coverage at check-in.