- Recently, a Disney Wonder passenger tested positive for COVID-19.
- The passenger had traveled on the Disney Wonder sailing from New Orleans on March 6 to San Diego on March 19.
- The Disney Wonder was originally scheduled for a 14-night sailing with stops in Mexico, the Cayman Islands, and Colombia, but it skipped several ports along the way to California.
- The passenger’s age and medical history have not been released.
- It is also currently unclear exactly when or where the passenger contracted coronavirus.
- At the time that the Disney Wonder arrived in San Diego, no passengers showed signs of the virus.
What to Know About Disney Cruise Line and Coronavirus
Keep in mind that Disney Cruise Line canceled several sailings in March due to growing health and safety concerns. Additionally, Disney has suspended all new Disney Cruise Line sailings through April 12, 2020. Below is the latest statement from Disney regarding cruises:
In an abundance of caution and in the best interest of our Guests, Crew Members and Cast Members, Disney Cruise Line has suspended all new departures through April 12, 2020. Disney Cruise Line will offer affected Guests a Future Cruise Credit or a full refund, the details of which will be provided directly to them. Guests who booked their reservation through a travel agent should contact them with any questions. Those who booked directly with Disney Cruise Line may call us at (866) 325-2112 or (407) 566-3510.
This is also the first Disney Cruise Line passenger that we know of who has tested positive for the virus. However, we will continue to update our website with more information as it is released.
We at Inside the Magic hope everyone continues to stay healthy and safe during this time by taking proper precautions, abiding by stay-at-home and shelter-in-place policies, and contacting health professionals if needed. Please take care of yourself during this time and always.