Updated Disney Cruise Line Info for Recovered COVID-19 Guests – DCL Fan

Disney Cruise Line has just up to date their policies for attendees who have not too long ago recovered from COVID-19.

In some circumstances, people who have recently recovered from COVID-19 may well nonetheless check good for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. If visitors have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 within just 11-90 days of their sail day, they could qualify to be viewed as as “90-Day-Recovered.” With the proper documentation and subsequent acceptance, attendees deemed “90-Working day-Recovered” are not necessary to participate in COVID-19 testing throughout the Pre-Sail, Embarkation, or Disembarkation phases of their voyage.

Guests who desire to be discovered as “90-Day Recovered” will have to have to upload the next documentation to the Risk-free Passage web-site:

  • A copy of your earlier positive COVID-19 examination final result which is increased than 11 times and considerably less than 90 days from your anticipated sail day. The test should have been antigen, NAAT, swift PCR or lab-primarily based PCR. The exam outcome will have to contain your day of birth.
  • A signed letter (on formal letterhead that exhibits the name, address and cellular phone range of a accredited healthcare service provider or general public wellness formal) stating that you have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days and are obvious for travel.
  • Vaccinated attendees need to also add evidence of vaccination in addition to their 90-Day-Recovered documentation.

You have to carry this documentation with you to the port as well.

Furthermore, remember to note that the Orlando Intercontinental Airport tests site is staying changed by the Sheraton Suites Orlando Airport, in close proximity to the Orlando Worldwide Airport. This site is positioned at 7550 Augusta National Travel, Orlando, FL, 32822 and is open up from midday-7 p.m., 7 times a week.

Jackie Gailey

Jackie Gailey is mom of two developed-up young ones and wife to the biggest husband and father. She was a Panelist on the 2013 and 2014 Disney Parks Moms Panel (now planDisney) and is now the Senior Editor for The DIS So significantly, she’s cruised once aboard the Disney Dream and as soon as on the Disney Fantasy.