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On 1/24/2021 at 1:53 PM, Oak Hill Cruisers said:

Anyone hear anything about if the cruise lines will require a negative Covid19 test result not less than 72 hours before boarding?  This will affect how early to arrive at the embarkation port (we plan to drive), finding a testing facility, and how many nights to stay before embarkation.  Our Alaska cruise is set for June 4, 2021.

 

We hope to have had our vaccinations by then.

I think you'll be looking at June of 2022 for your cruise.  As of today, Canada is not allowing any ships into ports until Feb 28,2022. So no Alaska or New England is my guess. 

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