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Puerto Rico now Requires Proof of Healthy Cruise Ships

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4 hours ago, lovestx said:

Just saw this this morning. I’m guessing most ships will skip PR now to avoid the paperwork hassle. 
 

https://edition.cnn.com/asia/live-news/coronavirus-outbreak-03-09-20-intl-hnk/h_6d1bcaf7b584dba2e9726076b7acf625

Cruise ships are being turned away all over the world.  Puerto Rico is welcoming them. All they are asking is that the local government receives the same notification about sick on board that the USCG already receives.  

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What San Juan did to Royal Caribbean by not allowing the Freedom and Summit to dock was BS. After everything Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines have done for the island.

We have taken 5 cruises out of San Juan and won't do a 6th.

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