Disney Cancels Cruises Until February 25th


December 7, 2020



CDC Testers are refusing to provide approval for sailing corporations wanting to resume operations. What follows after cases of Covid-19 have increased tenfold in the United States of America. Daily averages have exceeded two hundred thousand, with three thousand deaths. Covid outbreaks of extreme severity would be sustained if cruise lines were operational, which became evident when the pandemics initial months of January to March.

Multiple vessels experienced significant outbreaks, which saw ships docked alongside the borders of international waters. It’d take weeks for strategic experts to define protocols required for retrieving tourists & employed personnel that were seabound by Covid-19. Legislative orders eliminated corporations to continue sailing under the “No-Sail Order”.

Restrictions were lifted by November 2020, with the CDC implementing a new framework that’d enable operational status of cruises to resume. Weeks later & infections began rising. Eight prominent brands in the industry have confirmed they’re postponing when operations can begin, with “Disney Cruise Lines LLC” being the latest to ensure another delay. Disney won’t resume sailing until February 25th. Scheduling updates were issued by DCL, which are listed below:

  • Disney Magic – Postponement till February 25th, 2021.
  • Disney Dream – Postponement till February 26th, 2021.
  • Disney Fantasy – Postponement till February 27th, 2021.

Internationally speaking, cases of coronavirus is reaching expectations of healthcare experts like Anthony Fauci. Corporations worldwide are implemented “Covid-19 Restriction Measures” again, which follows months after outbreaks were beginning to lower. DCL Representatives guarantee that another postponement isn’t arriving, an emphasis that tourists are embarking on cruises will require the Pfizer or Moderna Pharmaceutical Vaccine for Covid. This will guarantee that outbreaks are eliminated.

DCL Representatives issued formal statements for members of the press. It read: “Our team at Disney Cruise Line remains focused on the health and well-being of our guests and team members. We are carefully reviewing the guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and working together with industry partners on a path to resuming operations.”


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