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You can buy travel insurance, and check to confirm that it covers this scenario.  Royal Caribbean was providing transport home, but I'm not sure if that's still the case nor if it covered international transport.  I was on Explorer of the Seas last week and a few crew members tested positive. There was no on-board testing of passengers (unless perhaps those with symptoms presented themselves to the medical clinic onboard).  So, unless you display symptoms, its unlikely that you will be tested.  We brought our own self-test kits with us as a precaution.    Our ship wasn't much over 50% capacity, so there were few crowded areas and less potential for exposure.  I'd also suggest avoiding potentially crowed/enclosed areas. The worst we experienced were an excursion bus (every seat taken), and the disembarkation line of people waiting to go through customs.  


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