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Cruise Ship Sees COVID Outbreak Despite Strict Rules Requiring Mandatory Vaccination

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The Norwegian Breakaway cruise liner in Papenburg, northwestern Germany, March 13, 2013. © AFP / CARMEN JASPERSEN / DPA / AFP


Ten people have tested positive for Covid on board a Norwegian Cruise Line ship bound for New Orleans, despite the strict rules in place that required that all passengers and crew be vaccinated.

The vessel had departed the same city on November 28, and was scheduled to return there this weekend. On its route, the Norwegian Breakaway called at a number of ports in Belize, Honduras, and Mexico, according to the Louisiana Department of Health. More than 3,200 people are believed to be on board.


Officials said in a statement that the cruise line “has been adhering to appropriate quarantine and isolation protocols as new cases and exposures have been identified.

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