Wanna take a cruise? Only have TWO shots? Some cruise lines say you are not vaccinated. MSC Grandiosa hit by outbreak

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P&O Cruises on Monday will become the first cruise line to require passengers to get booster shots against COVID-19 to board a ship as cases of the omicron variant continue to soar across the world.

The United Kingdom-based cruise operator recently notified customers on an unusually long, 35-night sailing to the Caribbean scheduled to begin Monday that they would need to show proof of such a COVID-19 vaccine booster to go ahead with the trip.

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Until this week, the line only had required that passengers on sailings to the Caribbean be “fully vaccinated” for COVID-19, meaning two doses of an approved two-dose COVID-19 vaccine such as the Moderna vaccine or a single dose of an approved single-dose vaccine.

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All MSC Cruises crew members and passengers over the age of 12 are required to be fully vaccinated, while all travellers aged two and over must submit a pre-departure negative test.




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