Earlier today, January 27th, on their website, Disney announced that all cruises on the Dream and the Fantasy are canceled through April. Some cruises on the Magic and the Wonder in May have also been canceled. Cruises on the Fantasy will resume on May 1st, cruises on the Dream will resume on May 3rd, cruises on the Wonder will resume on May 17th, and cruises on the Magic will resume on May 22nd.
The last Magic cruise that was canceled actually wasn't from this announcement. The cruise from May 9th to May 22nd would've been a 12-night transatlantic cruise, and it was canceled in a previous announcement from December.
This announcement increases the total length of the COVID-19 DCL suspension to around a year and two months. Disney is continuing to refine their protocols for when cruises resume, so when cruises do resume, they're going to be much different than they were before the suspension. I was thinking that this summer would be a good time to resume cruises, but now I'm not sure about that.
As usual, everybody affected by this suspension will have the choice of receiving a full refund or a 125% cruise credit, as long as they've paid their entire cruise price. The Disney Cruise Line website gets updated before I update my blog, so be sure to check there for the most up-to-date news.