Vaccinated Travelers Can Visit The U.S.
The U.S. government has announced that vaccinated travelers from a number of countries will now be allowed to visit the U.S., ending a ban on most non-citizens due to the pandemic.
Foreign visitors will need to show proof of vaccination before boarding their U.S.-bound flights, and will also need to provide proof of a negative COVID test taken within three days before arriving.
Accepted vaccines will be determined by the CDC.
The ease of restrictions will apply only to those arriving via airplane, as U.S. land border policies will remain the same for now.
More Norwegian Prima Details Announced
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced new details on its upcoming ship Norwegian Prima.
Activities will include a freefall dry slide, a larger go-kart track that goes through the funnel, and the first Top Golf Swing Suite at sea. Entertainment will include improv comedy, The Price is Right and Beat the Clock game shows, and a new musical featuring the music of Donna Summer.
Prima is set to debut in summer 2022, operating sailings in Europe before heading over to the U.S. to do Caribbean and Bermuda voyages in the fall.
Crystal River Cruises Extends Vaccine Requirement
Crystal River Cruises has announced that it has extended its vaccination requirement for guests and crew through December 2022.
Passengers must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to their embarkation date and provide proof at check-in before boarding.
Since the line is requiring vaccinations, guests are free to explore on their own while in port without needing to book a Crystal shore excursion.
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