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Disney Cruise Line is allowing customers to cancel trips with just 24 hours notice as swelling coronavirus concerns batter the travel industry in the wake of quarantines on passenger liners, the company confirms to FOX Business.
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Effective immediately, guests who back out of a cruise with 24 hours of notice or more will be able to apply the full amount of their purchase toward another cruise within 12 months of the original sail date. Additionally, the cruise line implemented temperature checks for all guests prior to boarding and additional guidance for guests sailing to the Bahamas and Jamaica.
Guests will be able to take advantage of this cancellation policy for cruises up until May 31, 2020.
The move follows other cruise lines that implemented similar policies in an effort to keep the rapidly spreading virus at bay.
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"Information continues to evolve quickly, and we are closely following guidance from health officials and authorities in the ports of call we visit," Disney Cruise Line wrote in an email to guests who booked sails through May 31, which was posted on an independent travel blog. "As always, your health and safety, as well as that of our crew, is our primary focus."