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Talk about confusing! NCL says even though they have dropped pre testing requirements as of 9/3/22, if you have a stop in Canada you will be required to pre-test or pay $99 to NCL for testing onboard. The cruise is round trip Seattle. Everyone has been vaccinated but will be onboard the ship for several days before the stop in Victoria. Canada tourism site seems to indicate otherwise. HELP! 

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There is an exemption to the pre-testing.  It says NCL no longer required testing, except for cruises originating from US ports, Canada and Greece.  So cruises from Seattle will still require a negative Covid test within 2 days before sailing. I added the link here since this information is always changing, https://www.ncl.com/in/en/cruise-faq/do-i-need-take-covid-19-test-prior-arrival-terminal

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