Carnival Cruise Line To Resume Sailing From US. Ports, Will Require COVID Vaccination For First Cruise


Carnival Cruise Line, the namesake line of cruising giant Carnival Corp., will sail in July from Port of Galveston with vaccinated passengers.

Carnival Vista is scheduled to depart July 3 and Carnival Breeze on July 15.

To board, passengers will have had to complete the final dose of their COVID vaccine 14 days ahead of embarkation, according to a news release from the cruise line.

Carnival Horizon is on track to sail in July from Miami, and Carnival said it will announce onboard protocols for that ship Friday. The cruise line added it is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and with the state of Florida, which has banned businesses from requiring proof of vaccination.

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