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Well, if I hadn't already been shot, this would be persuasive (snipped from Important Updates, received an hour ago from X):

                                  FOR SAILINGS FROM FLORIDA

 

FFOR SAFILINGS FROM FLORIDA
Guests over 16 years old (over 12 for any sailing on or after August 1st) who decline or are unable to show proof of vaccination at boarding will be treated as unvaccinated and subject to additional protocols, restrictions, and costs for COVID-19 testing.
Additional requirements for unvaccinated guests 16 + :
 You will need to arrive for embarkation with a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours in advance of arrival to the terminal.
 You will be subject to an antigen test at the pier.
 A mid cruise antigen test onboard will be required.
 An antigen test will be required at the end of the cruise. Please do not make early travel plans on the day of debarkation to allow time for the required testing process.
 The per person cost for these antigen tests is $178 and will be applied to your onboard folio.
 Masks will be required at all times onboard except while eating or drinking.
 Depending on local government requirements, unvaccinated guests may be restricted while ashore.
 Unvaccinated guests will have designated seating areas in some venues such as the dining rooms, casino, theatre, etc.
Guests that do not meet the testing and health screening policy requirements will be denied boarding.
WHILE ONBOARD
 Following CDC Guidelines, masks will not be required for vaccinated guests and those under 16. Sailings outside of North America may require face masks to be worn indoors, except when eating or drinking. However, unvaccinated guests over 16 years old sailing out of Florida will be required to wear masks at all times except when eating, drinking or in their stateroom.

 

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2 hours ago, sofietucker said:

Well, if I hadn't already been shot, this would be persuasive (snipped from Important Updates, received an hour ago from X):

                                  FOR SAILINGS FROM FLORIDA

 

FFOR SAFILINGS FROM FLORIDA
Guests over 16 years old (over 12 for any sailing on or after August 1st) who decline or are unable to show proof of vaccination at boarding will be treated as unvaccinated and subject to additional protocols, restrictions, and costs for COVID-19 testing.
Additional requirements for unvaccinated guests 16 + :
 You will need to arrive for embarkation with a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours in advance of arrival to the terminal.
 You will be subject to an antigen test at the pier.
 A mid cruise antigen test onboard will be required.
 An antigen test will be required at the end of the cruise. Please do not make early travel plans on the day of debarkation to allow time for the required testing process.
 The per person cost for these antigen tests is $178 and will be applied to your onboard folio.
 Masks will be required at all times onboard except while eating or drinking.
 Depending on local government requirements, unvaccinated guests may be restricted while ashore.
 Unvaccinated guests will have designated seating areas in some venues such as the dining rooms, casino, theatre, etc.
Guests that do not meet the testing and health screening policy requirements will be denied boarding.
WHILE ONBOARD
 Following CDC Guidelines, masks will not be required for vaccinated guests and those under 16. Sailings outside of North America may require face masks to be worn indoors, except when eating or drinking. However, unvaccinated guests over 16 years old sailing out of Florida will be required to wear masks at all times except when eating, drinking or in their stateroom.

 

Is anything new with the latest update? They look the same as before. 

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41 minutes ago, D C said:

Is anything new with the latest update? They look the same as before. 

The sailings from Florida did not previously have the specifics that all unvaccinated pax would have to get an additional mid-cruise test and pay $178 for it, along with paying for any additional tests.

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