Royal Caribbean International announced on June 29 that guests over the age of 12 traveling from Florida must show proof of insurance, including Covit-19, medical expenses related to isolation and eviction.
Last week two unsuspecting teenagers tested positive on their Adventure of the Seas ship and two more fell victim to the popular Millennium earlier this month. The celebrities had announced that they would bear the costs of both cases.
The voyages of his new ship, the Odyssey of the Seas, were also postponed after crew members tested positive.
In Florida, the government bans companies from requiring them to show evidence of vaccines, making it difficult for shipping operators to keep crews and guests completely safe on their cruise ships.
According to the announcement Shipping Company, The insurance policy should have a minimum of $ 25,000 per person for medical expenses and $ 50,000 per person for travel expenses.
Proof of travel insurance must be shown on the boarding condition and at check-in. Changes will begin to apply for travel from August 1 to December 31.
Royal Caribbean CEO Michael Bailey wrote on his social media that any guests, mainly children, would be subjected to additional tests and specific health protocols.
The ship, which completed its simulated voyage earlier this month, will sail to the Bahamas on July 2 with a full vaccination team.