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Norwegian Cruise says they may suspend travel to Florida following law that bans forced vaccinations

Norwiegien Cruise have recently said they might suspend travel to and from Florida, and move all its ships to a different state.

This has come after Florida’s Governor, Ron DeSantis, signing into law Senate Bill 2006, which prohibits government or private companies from forcing employees or customers to have or show Covid-19 vaccination. 

DeSantis said this about the bill signed into law Monday. “In Florida, your personal choice regarding vaccinations will be protected and no business or government entity will be able to deny you services based on your decision.” In response to this order the CEO Frank Del Rio said they might have to suspend travel to Florida, saying that ships can take off anywhere so if we can’t leave from Florida, they will move to a different state.

The reason cruises are unable to move from Florida is because the CDC has said that cruises can not board unless 98% of employees and 95% of passengers are vaccinated. CEO Dell Rio is hoping that the CDC overrides the Governors recent law, so that the cruises can stay in Florida. Though the CEO claims to side with the CDC guidelines instead of complying with Florida Law, saying the first few cruises will be full of 100% vaccinated passengers/ employees.

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ARTICLE: ERIC OTT

POLITICS EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE

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