A similar question was asked on Facebook.
I'll just comment the same thing I said in the Facebook group: nobody knows now what the covid-related travel regulations and vaccination cards will be in January 2023 because it's over eight months from now. The US announced late September 2021 so about 8 months ago that vaccinated travellers from certain countries including the EU are allow into the US from November 9th, 2021. Several EU countries have changed the rules regarding vax card validity this spring. The card is valid 270 days after two jabs but so far they haven't made any decisions regarding the validity of the EU vaccination card after receiving a booster jab. So what could count as "fully vaccinated" in January, I don't know.cowboy71 wrote: ↑Fri May 20, 2022 9:05 pmA similar question was asked on Facebook.
The answer they gave was:
"We will need to follow Cruise Line regulations, info about which ship and which Cruise Line we are sailing on will be released in the near future."
My wife and I looked into a cruise in February. Proof of vaccination was required at that time.
Pandemics come and pandemics go, but one thing will never change.
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