Has the pandemic ended? We can’t say, but if there’s one thing we’ve learned in the last three years, it’s that life is short, so go ahead and book that vacation right now. In the off chance that you’ve booked a Disney cruise, the media conglomerate has announced that it would be relaxing some of the restrictions put in place during the epidemic, joining the ranks of Royal Caribbean and Norwegian.

After September 23rd, passengers on the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Wonder, and Disney Wish cruises will no longer need to prove they have a negative COVID-19 test before boarding. Those who are fully vaccinated but still want to sail on the Disney Magic will have to wait until November 7 to avoid the screening.

Passengers may avoid being tested on embarkation day by providing evidence of a negative COVID-19 test between one and two days before departure.

Guests who aren’t completely immunized will still need to provide documentation of a negative test done within the previous week. After either September 23 or November 7, though, they won’t have to take a second test at the port.

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