CDC no longer warning about COVID on cruise ships

CDC has warned people to not go on cruises for more than 2 years

Disney Cruise Line now requiring passengers over 5 to be vaccinated

Itching to go on a cruise but nervous about COVID?

Here’s some good news from the CDC. It just dropped its COVID-related risk assessment of cruise travel.

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For more than two years now, health officials have been warning people not to go on a cruise, but considering where we are in the pandemic right now and because COVID-19 cases on cruise ships have been dropping over the past several weeks, the CDC decided to give cruises the green light.

Of course, this doesn’t mean there’s no risk.

The CDC says you’re better off vaccinated and you should research how each cruise line handles public health measures.