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Unvaccinated Will Pay More For A Cruise

Oceania's, 1,250-passenger cruise ship Marina is shown docked at the Port of Miami in Miami, Friday, Feb. 4, 2011. Built in Italy, Marina arrived at the port early Friday morning from Barcelona, Spain. The luxury line's new ship was christened Friday and then departs Tuesday on the first of two 18-day Panama Canal transits that include California stops. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

If you plan to go on a cruise and you’re not vaccinated, make sure you have your wallet in tow.  Starting in August, if you want to take a cruise on Royal Caribbean, leaving Florida, prepare to shell out more money for extra insurance.  According to the company, unvaccinated passengers will have to carry a $25,000 minimum travel insurance policy for medical expenses. Plus an additional $50,000 policy in case of quarantine and evacuation.  Experts say the cruise industry is changing its policies often so if you want to plan a cruise you need to stay on top of the policies.

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