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So looking at the Virgin Voyages website, pre-cruise testing is no longer required.  Nowhere do I see exceptions.  Yet there is a news article today on CruiseHive about Carnival still requiring a test for a cruises 5 nights or less that visits the Bahamas - a country still requiring testing according to Carnival.  Virgin visits Bimini.  Last I checked that is in the Bahamas. What am I missing? Have I misread the Virgin? 

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On 8/2/2022 at 5:43 PM, FJB said:

So looking at the Virgin Voyages website, pre-cruise testing is no longer required.  Nowhere do I see exceptions.  Yet there is a news article today on CruiseHive about Carnival still requiring a test for a cruises 5 nights or less that visits the Bahamas - a country still requiring testing according to Carnival.  Virgin visits Bimini.  Last I checked that is in the Bahamas. What am I missing? Have I misread the Virgin? 

The testing requirement for 5-days or less on Carnival is for Bermuda stops, not Bahamas.  You can access their full protocols by clicking here.  It's an ever moving target, so best to go to this website a couple of weeks prior to your departure to make sure you have the latest updates.

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