What are the Covid-19 testing requirements for Disney Cruise Line? 1

What are the Covid-19 testing requirements for Disney Cruise Line?

Disney Cruise Line has once again updated its health and safety policies. Beginning Sept. 23, 2022, for sailings aboard the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Wish and Disney Wonder and beginning Nov. 7, 2022, for sailings aboard the Disney Magic, fully vaccinated Guests are no longer required to participate in COVID-19 testing in order to sail.

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Guests who are NOT fully vaccinated must continue providing proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken one to 3 days before the sail date. However, Guests who are not fully vaccinated will no longer be required to complete a second test at the terminal on embarkation day.

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 COVID-19 Testing Requirements for Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, and Disney Wish sailings from the U.S. beginning September 23, 2022Face Coverings
Fully Vaccinated Guests (All guests ages 12 and over) No testing required. Optional
Not Fully Vaccinated Guests(Ages 11 and younger)Pre-Embarkation Testing:COVID-19 test 1-3 days before the sail date. The test must be a rapid or lab-based PCR test, or Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT). Rapid antigen tests are not accepted. Optional, Highly Recommended

Guests booked on impacted sailings will be receiving an email from Disney Cruise Line with this update.

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