No updates from DCL yet, but Virgin Voyages has announced they will discontinue pre-embarkation COVID-19 testing on July 24 for all European sailings and July 27 for US sailings. They will also allow up to 10% of passengers to sail unvaccinated.
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That seems silly to me.
1. Is it 10% of all passengers or 10% of the ship's full capacity? If it's the former, then how do they keep track of how many unvaxxed passengers are allowed and when is the deadline for determining who is or isn't vaccinated?
2. If you're going to allow unvaccinated people on board, then why end the negative test requirement? If you can be unvaxxed AND untested then they're pretty much telling their passengers that they should anticipate catching the virus on their ships.