This Disney cruise will set sail at the end of June

Disney Cruise Line reports on its official website that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently approved its request to do a simulated cruise on a Disney Dream on June 29.

“This is an important next step toward our gradual and responsible resumption of service in US waters. As we continue to work closely with the CDC to improve new health and safety protocols, it will take some time to get our crew back on board and prepare our ships to receive guests again,” The company said.

And while there is a list of departing cruise cancellations, at least the Disney Dream will be able to do so the way the CDC has authorized, and from Cape Canaveral, according to information from Jellyfish.

Among the prevention measures against Covid-19 that travelers who want to take on this flight should follow: first, being a volunteer passenger, because it is a beta test; Provide evidence of vaccination against Covid-19, as well as negative evidence of Covid-19.

To view trips canceled by Disney Cruise Line, Enter here.

Moreover, according to JellyfishOther cruises that require proof of vaccination as a condition of boarding are: American Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, Holland America, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Princess Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Silversea, Virgin Cruises and Cruises Windstar.

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