Norwegian Cruise Line just removed the last barrier for the Groove Cruise fam full reunion by dropping its COVID vaccine requirement.
Now everyone is welcome and no vaccines are necessary in order to board Groove Cruise, the legendary non-stop music and fun adventure on the high seas. The whole GC fam will back for the massive family reunion.
This is the biggest announcement of the year for Groove Cruise with more exciting things to come like artist activities, themed parties, and all the surprises you expect at this amazing festival.
This announcement follows the decision made by Norwegian Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and Oceania Cruises to drop their pandemic-era vaccination requirements this September, the first cruise lines in the U.S. to do so completely.
Requirements do depend on which country or region the cruise is traveling to, but there are no official mandates for Cabo.
Safety is still of the utmost priority as unvaccinated guests will still have to show proof of a medically-supervised negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test taken within 72 hours of embarkation.
But fully vaccinated travelers will no longer be required to test. These guidelines also follow the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) ending of pandemic protocol for cruises.
Much like going to another country on a regular vacation, it is best to keep in mind potentially spreading or picking up a disease from a foreign country. Groove Cruise Cabo is now 72% sold out, so don’t miss this opportunity to be reunited with the GC fam from all over the world.
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