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Two U.S. passenger shipping companies will require passengers to be vaccinated.

Two U.S. passenger shipping companies will require passengers to be vaccinated.

According to NBC, the American Queen Steamboat Company and Victory Cruise Lines said that starting from July 1, 2021, All passengers and staff need to be vaccinated against the coronavirus before boarding the ship.

According to the report, Queen’s Steamboat Company and Victory Cruise Line have issued “Safe Cruise” guidelines, pointing out that all personnel are needed to be vaccinated for future voyages to ensure the health and safety of all people.

The guidelines point out that if a vaccine is required twice (such as Pfizer and Moderna), passengers and flight attendants need to complete two doses of vaccine before boarding the plane.

Passengers must show relevant documents to prove that they have completed the vaccination against the novel coronavirus, and the crew must provide proof of vaccination at the time of employment or before traveling.

“Vaccine requirements for passengers and staff are a prudent choice to ensure we provide the safest experience,” said John Waggoner, founder of Queen Steamboats.

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