Fresno, California 2021-06-08 15:24:56 –
In a tweet exchange Monday afternoon, conservative writer Daniel Horowitz asked Abbott why he allowed the carnival to leave Galveston and “press his vaccine passport.”
The CDC recently told cruise companies that if most crew and passengers were fully vaccinated against COVID-19, departures from US ports like Galveston could resume as early as July. T.
On Monday, Royal Caribbean said the Independent Sea, which regularly ships from Texas to the West Caribbean on a 7-night itinerary, was approved for the start of a simulation cruise on August 1. Health Protocol , Effective in preventing the spread of the virus before restarting.
“Today I sign a law prohibiting companies operating in Texas from requesting vaccine passports and vaccine information,” Abbott wrote in a reply to his Twitter account. “Texas , 100% open with no restrictions, restrictions or requirements. “
Today, I’m signing a law prohibiting businesses operating in Texas from requesting vaccine passports or vaccine information.
Texas is 100% open with no restrictions, restrictions, or requirements. https://t.co/ukPxNQ2pAt
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) June 7, 2021
On May 25, the Galveston Wharf Board, Galveston County Health District and Carnival signed a 40-page agreement detailing the safe voyage process and procedures submitted to the CDC. “
Under these contracts, cruise ships are expected to address the following:
- Simulated passenger cruise
- Comply with port COVID safety procedures
- Cruise ships and port staff perform tabletop exercises on port COVID safety procedures and protocols
- Emergency response plan in the event of an outbreak
- Maritime medical transport plan in collaboration with the US Coast Guard
- Cleaning requirements for cruise terminals and transport vehicles
Carnival and Royal Caribbean approval is important for ports that had to close 15 months before the coronavirus pandemic began.
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