The attempt to arrive at a common protocol for cruise vessels docking at the ports of the CARICOM states was not achieved during the recently-ended CARICOM Heads meeting.
The first cruise vessel scheduled to bring more than 100 passengers to Antigua’s Heritage Quay Port will arrive in the morning of Tuesday, July 20, 2021.
The crew on board will be 100% vaccinated, and 90% of the passengers will also be fully vaccinated.
Consequently, all those workers and officials who are likely to have contact with the disembarking passengers who come ashore are required to be fully vaccinated.
Yet, the Cabinet was informed that only: 55% of taxi drivers are vaccinated fully; 72% of vendors are fully vaccinated; 72% of the merchants and their staff are fully vaccinated; 60% of Tour Operators and staff are fully vaccinated.
The Cabinet is offering RAPID TESTING of the unvaccinated each week when cruise vessels arrive at Antigua’s Heritage Quay and their passengers are coming ashore. The cost of the testing is to be met by the unvaccinated.
The Cabinet reminds that vaccination is at no cost and is readily available today and every day leading up to the first cruise vessel.
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Not one of these people should be allowed to serve the public until they are fully vaccinated. Stop the nonsense. There is no excuse for this.
PLEASE TAKE YOUR MEDS AND REPORT TO CLAREVUE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
@ Betty’s Hope the crap that often shoots out of your mouth even the maggots in the garage will refuse it.
THEY’RE ACTUALLY MUCH SMARTER THAN GIVEN CREDIT FOR .
@Betty’s Hope….😅😄😅blurnclath, U sho up innah de rang section to rass! Dem a roast U no rass!
U bettah mind fowl no tek U fu #Roast #Carn and nyam U…
“The crew on board will be 100% vaccinated, and 90% of the passengers will also be fully vaccinated. Consequently, all those workers (…) are required to be fully vaccinated”
Covid created a new kind of logic! somebody explains the “consequently here”?
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