Disney, Universal Studios, and other theme parks are continuously making changes to stay current with the health and safety measures recommended by the CDC.
We’ve seen changes in the face mask requirements in Disney World and Disneyland as well as updates in Universal Studios theme parks. There have also been changes when it comes to vaccine requirements for both guests and staff members. Now there’s a new update to the vaccine policy at Disney Cruise Line.
Previously, Disney Cruise Line required all guests ages 12 and older to show proof of vaccination before boarding the ship. Guests ages 11 and younger were required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken between 24 hours and 3 days before boarding.
Now, the CDC has approved a vaccine for kids ages 5 and older, which brought on the most recent Cruise Line change.
All guests ages 5 and older must be vaccinated before boarding a Disney cruise ship starting on January 13th, 2022. Before that date, guests younger than 12 can still proved proof of a negative COVID-19 test instead of proof of vaccination.
Starting January 13th, guests ages 4 and younger must provide proof of a negative test and all other guests must provide proof of vaccination.
Keep following AllEars for more updates as policies of the Disney Cruise Line continue to change.
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