Covid in 2021

Okay, so here is my query. Right now cruise lines are requiring a COVID test no less than 72 hrs from sailing. Assuming this goes into next year, what happens if you are on a ship for 2 weeks, then taking a second ship home ?

We are booked on Celebrity next August for a TA out of NJ. It ends up, after 14 days in Southampton England. Later that day we are scheduled to board the QM2 to sail back to NY. Any ideas how this might be handled? Thanks

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Rereading this thread from the beginning is a pretty good history of the past year...mucho disgusto...of course some folks don't see the posting dates...be advised that 72 hr negative covid test is now 48.....

For our Riverboat cruise a PCR test was required within 72 hours before entering WA by the governor. Then we were to be atigen tested at the hotel before boarding the ship. We managed the PCR test and the test at the hotel was self administered. You took a photo of the results and showed it when checking in. Yes, easy to cheat, but fortunately we didn'y have to.

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