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Document necessary for carnival for passenger's who have had covid within 90 days


Kaylynn7
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I have talked to carnival customer customer service and have read every document I can find. Has anybody sailed recently and what document was required for you to board if you had covid within 90 days prior but more than 10 days. From embarkation.  I read it as a positive PCR test from a certified lab that has your name and date of birth and date of testing?

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Hi @Kaylynn7 What did the customer support say about the requirement?  Account to their website, " Guests who have recovered from COVID-19 within 3 months of their sailing date do not need the required pre-cruise test if they are at least 10 days past their positive test result date, have no symptoms and produce document of recovery from COVID-19. A Document of Recovery is accepted from both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated guests (with a Carnival-approved exemption) and consists of a paper or electronic copy of the positive viral test result from a certified laboratory (dated no more than 90 days prior to the sailing date)." 

Their requirement keeps on changing so better to call them before and have look out on their latest advisory.

 

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