Carnival Cruise Line Plans to Resume Sailing from Texas in July 2021

Carnival Cruise Line has announced plans to resume sailing from Texas starting in July.

The company’s Carnival Vista ship will embark from Galveston on July 3, and its Carnival Breeze vessel will follow on July 15.

However, Carnival passengers will have to prove they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19 before they can board.

On June 10, the cruise line confirmed that it will require proof of vaccination from passengers despite a new state law banning vaccine passports signed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on June 7.

In an interview with FOX Business, Carnival spokesperson Vance Gulliksen said that the cruise line reviewed the Texas law and determined that it “provides

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