The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ended its COVID-19 cruise ship program. Here are some ways you can continue to stay safe.
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After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ended its COVID-19 cruise ship program last month, many cruise lines changed their health and safety protocols and dropped some testing requirements.
Major companies like Royal Caribbean Group and brands like Carnival Cruise Line rolled back their COVID-19 rules and removed testing for vaccinated passengers on some voyages, while other lines scrapped them for all sailings.
Tests are still required in a number of cases, though. Policies may vary depending on local requirements at various destinations. Here’s what passengers need to know about cruise protocols, from testing to face masks and social distancing.
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