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Carnival Cruise Line Makes a Few Changes to Pre-Cruise Testing

Carnival Cruise Line has made three changes to pre-cruise testing that was required before boarding one of their cruise ships.

Carnival Cruise Line has required all guests to bring a negative COVID-19 with them on embarkation day to board one of their cruises. America’s Cruise Line has made a few changes on cruises that will depart August 4, 2022 through December 21, 2022.

The three changes are as follows:

1. There will now be no pre-cruise testing required for fully vaccinated guests booked on Carnival cruises with itineraries five days or less.

2. Pre-cruise testing for itineraries six days or longer can be conducted three (3) days before departure.

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3. There will be no in-terminal testing for unvaccinated guests on day of departure, but all unvaccinated guests ages 2 and older must provide proof of a negative result of a lab-administered or supervised self-administered antigen COVID test taken within three (3) days before embarkation.

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The above changes will apply to Carnival cruises that are five days or less from August 4, 2022 through the end of the year.

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