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Disney Cruise Line Changes Testing Policy for Guests Who Have Recently Recovered from COVID

Disney Cruise Line has adjusted their testing policy for guests who have recently recovered from COVID-19.

The new policy states that in some cases, people who have recently recovered from COVID-19 may still test positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. If guests have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 within 11-90 days of their sail date, they may qualify to be considered as “90-Day-Recovered.” With the appropriate documentation and subsequent approval, Guests considered “90-Day-Recovered” are not required to participate in COVID-19 testing during the Pre-Sail, Embarkation, or Disembarkation phases of their voyage.

To see if you qualify, the following documents should be uploaded to Safe Passage:

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  • A copy of your previous positive COVID-19 test result which is greater than 11 days and less than 90 days from your expected sail date. The test must have been antigen, NAAT, rapid PCR or lab-based PCR. The test result must include your date of birth.
  • A signed letter (on official letterhead that shows the name, address and phone number of a licensed healthcare provider or public health official) stating that you have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 90 days and are clear for travel.
  • Vaccinated Guests must also upload proof of vaccination in addition to their 90-Day-Recovered documentation.

These documents must be brought to port as well.

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