48 passengers and staff members tested positive for COVID on the Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas.
All passengers 12 and up as well as staffers were required to be vaccinated.
The ship was 95% of the ship was vaccinated.
98% of those who got COIVID were vaccinated.
Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas returned to Miami on Saturday after 48 passengers and staff members tested positive for Covid-19, according to the cruise company.
A statement from Royal Caribbean said nearly 7,000 people were aboard the ship and those who tested positive for Covid “were identified as a result of immediate contact tracing after a guest tested positive.”
Six of the affected guests got off the ship before it returned to Miami, it said.
The entire staff of Symphony of the Seas of the seas is vaccinated and are tested weekly, according to the company.
Royal Caribbean requires travelers who are 12 and older to have two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Ninety-five percent of those on the ship were vaccinated in that way, and 98 percent of those infected were vaccinated under those guidelines.
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