Unvaccinated Royal Caribbean Passengers in Florida Will Be Required to Show Proof of Insurance

(The Epoch Times) The Royal Caribbean cruise line said on Monday that passengers above age 12 that start their trip in Florida will be required to show that they have insurance that covers COVID-19-related issues.

“Effective June 29, 2021, unvaccinated guests 12 and older departing on a Royal Caribbean International cruise from Florida are required to purchase travel insurance,” a statement sent to The Epoch Times by the Royal Caribbean reads. “The insurance must cover medical, travel and other related costs for COVID-19 should they test positive while on board.”

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“Guests may purchase travel insurance from a company of their choosing with a minimum of $25,000 per person in medical expense coverage and $50,000 per person in travel expenses or Royal Caribbean’s Travel Protection Program package, which includes the required coverage. Proof of travel insurance is a condition of boarding and must be shown at check-in.”



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