These two guests, who shared a local tour on a seven-day Celebrity Millennium trip from St. Maarten, who is undisputed, is independent and is part of a team of health professionals reviewing, Celebrity Cruise Lines said in a statement.
Results of a review for the close connection of the two passengers have returned negatively, the Royal Caribbean Group said on Friday. Royal Caribbean is the parent company of Celebrity Cruises.
When the ship returned to St. Maarten on Saturday, Celebrity will provide both passengers with private accommodation, according to the Royal Caribbean Group.
People who are fully immunized are more than 90% protected against the disease, as well as those with 81% less vaccinated are less likely to be infected than those who have not been vaccinated, according to a recent study by relevant staff. Pfizer / BioNTech’s or Moderna.
The study participants received an infectious disease when one or two doses contained 40% less virus in their body and 58% may have a fever. They stayed in bed for two days more than the Covid-19 patients without the vaccine.
Guests will be shown a negative Covid-19 test
All visitors to the Millennium Celebrity Tour – which has ports in Barbados, Aruba and Curacao – are required to demonstrate immunizations with the infamous Covid-19 test within 72 hours of leaving St . Maarten died Saturday, the release said.
It is not yet known the details of the two vaccines circulating in Covid.
“This situation demonstrates that our health and safety system is working to protect our employees, visitors and the community we visit,” the statement said.
“Every effort has been taken to ensure that we protect the health and safety of our guests, crew and residents in this expensive area and we are grateful,” his Twitter account said.
CNN’s Maggie Fox contributed to this report.