Disney Cruise : Vaccine Travel Tips To Know Before Taking Your Next Trip - DiscoverDior
Disney's cruise line has confirmed that adults who want to go on its UK cruise holidays this summer will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. (This means having received their second dose at least seven days before travelling).
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Children won't be required to be vaccinated, but they will need have proof of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken between five days and 24 hours before embarkation. These tests can start from £120, but Disney Cruise Line says it has secured a discounted rate with a supplier for guests.
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Disney Cruise Line has confirmed adults will need to have received the Covid vaccine in order to board its UK cruises this summer.
Domestic cruises in the UK are due to resume from May 17 at the earliest, with a number of cruise lines offering UK sailings for the summer, predominantly between June and September.
Other cruise lines such as P&O, Saga and Princess have also said that passengers will need to be fully vaccinated in order to be allowed on board their ships.
The federal government is talking to international partners about the development of a COVID-19 vaccine certificate system that might allow for international travel again.
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