No lines at the buffet, daily onboard testing: Here’s what it’s like to take a cruise right now

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Cruise lines resuming service from ports in the U.S. and around the world are setting sail with a long list of health protocols in place to help keep passengers and crew members safe from the coronavirus.Negative Covid tests or proof of vaccination for all passengers and crew members are the most common prerequisites operators have for boarding and moving about ships unmasked. Escalated protocols include the e-Mist electrostatic spraying system, which Uniworld River Cruises uses to disinfect its ships, and the labs that Viking Cruises built on its oceangoing ships (and onshore for river cruises) to facilitate processing the daily PCR tests all passengers are required to take.With a surge in cases of the delta variant of the coronavirus, many cruise lines are tightening and adjusting their rules."Carnival Cruise Line and several other lines announced they would require all guests — vaccinated or unvaccinated — to wear masks in all public areas on their ships," said Colleen
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