Sumary of Royal Caribbean Won’t Require Covid-19 Vaccination To Ride U.S. Cruises:
- The test cruises will show whether ships can sail safely and follow CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19..
- That what you may see as soon as next month with the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic still a public health emergency..
- The company had originally required guests 18 years and older to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and provide proof of vaccination to board their ships..
- But as Taylor Doven reported for the Miami Herald, the cruise ship company changed its stance by saying in a statement issued on Friday, “Guests are strongly recommended to set sail fully vaccinated, if they are eligible..
- Those who are unvaccinated or unable to verify vaccination will be required to undergo testing and follow other protocols, which will be announced at a later date.”.
- By contrast, you can’t really tell whether someone has been vaccinated unless you see that person Covid-19 Vaccination Record Card..
- That means, as of July 1, the Florida state government could fine a cruise ship operator $5,000 each and every time they require proof of vaccination to use their services..
- Without very high vaccination rates among passengers and crew members, it can be difficult for a cruise ship to prevent the spread of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV2) once the virus has made it on board….