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Cruise line now says only vaccinated people can now sail

In a way it makes sense but in other ways it almost inevitably will keep some customers away. According to British cruiseline operator, Saga Cruises, passengers must now be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before they're allowed to travel. The requirement comes after a dismal year for the cruise industry -- which often had remained one of the most battered industries in the world due to the virus. Saga Cruises however did not anticipate an influx of responses some good and bad and temporarily this week privated their Twitter account. According to CNN, Saga maintains that the move in part is because many of the first customers readying to once again take to the seas were among the first groups of people offered the vaccine.
4 Fun Things To Do In Trinidad
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4 Fun Things To Do In Trinidad

Trinidad and Tobago is a magical place hands down. From the people of the island to the culinary mashup to the geographic landscape of the island it is a remarkably memorizing place. Trinidad approximately 1,987 sq mi (5,131 km2 when you exclude Tobago) is slightly larger compared to Rhode Island (1,545 sq mi or 4,002 km²). With that much territory, you may ask yourself, what’s there to do?  Here are 4 fun things to do while in Trinidad.  Wildlife Exploration Asa Wright Nature Centre home to an extremely diverse biota hosting 97 native mammals, 400 species of native birds birds, 55 varied reptiles species, 25 amphibians, and 617 butterflies, as well as over 2,200 species of flowering plants. The AWNC has been a leader in ecotourism for over 50 years and has ...
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