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Detection and Treatment Plan for Bedbugs

Published 11/13/2015 02:50 PM   |    Updated 10/17/2017 08:43 PM

Bedbugs are small parasitic insects that are typically brought aboard cruise ships in guests’ luggage.  

Carnival Cruise Lines has extensive procedures and protocols for the detection and treatment of bedbugs.  All stateroom stewards are trained to recognize the possible presence of bedbugs and are required to conduct weekly inspections of every cabin. Inspections cover not only stateroom beds but also curtains, carpeting and other areas.

If signs of infestation are present, the room is chemically treated along with all other cabins within that section.  Frequent re-inspection continues for the next several months.  When ships are taken out of service for their routine maintenance period, all staterooms receive an extensive pest control treatment at that time, as well.

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