Will You Need a COVID-19 Booster Shot to Cruise in 2022? Probably

With the emergence of the COVID-19 variant, many cruisers may be wondering if a COVID-19 booster shot may be required to cruise. Though no cruise line has yet to mandate booster shots, Cruise Critic says the answer is: probably. Since the Omicron variant emerged, cruise lines have begun swiftly changing policies to keep pace with the virus, with many cruise lines implementing stricter mask measures. Cruise lines have also updated their COVID-19 guidance to recommend passengers get booster shots, but none have required it so far. Some destinations, such as France, require passengers going ashore to provide proof of having been boosted.

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