Disney Delays Test Cruise Over 'Inconsistent' COVID-19 Results
It would have include 300 employees who had volunteered for the “simulation” cruise.
Disney Cruise Line is postponing its first test cruise since the pandemic brought the cruise industry to a standstill after a handful of participants had inconsistent test results for COVID-19.
The Disney Dream had been scheduled to set sail Tuesday from Port Canaveral with 300 employees who had volunteered for the “simulation” cruise.
But the trip was postponed indefinitely because a small number of employees had inconsistent results for COVID-19.
The federal government is starting to allow cruises to sail again, but only if nearly all passengers and crew are vaccinated.