As of 07JAN, the Port of San Francisco is requiring disembarking passengers to either have a booster dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or test negative upon arrival. “Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases…the Department of Public Health is now requiring all vessels that disembark passengers at the Port of San Francisco to test all passengers that are not up-to-date on vaccination (meaning completing an initial vaccination series and being boosted when eligible) before coming ashore,” the port wrote in a statement.CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY
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