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Six passengers tested positive for Covid-19
Aboard the 'Adventure of the Seas', six passengers tested positive on Thursday, six days into the week-long, round-trip cruise from Nassau during routine testing to comply with the U.S. government’s rule requiring negative results to enter the country. The ship was carrying around 1,000 passengers and 900 crew members on board. The positive passengers were flown back to the U.S. on July 30, 2021, from Freeport. Four of the positive passengers are vaccinated and were traveling separately. Two of the positive passengers were unvaccinated and traveling together.
Two passengers tested positive for Covid-19
Two passengers of the 'Adventure of the Seas' have tested positive for COVID-19 after routine testing that is required before returning home. The ship recently re-entered service, sailing roundtrip itineraries from Nassau. Both guests are under the age of 16 and unvaccinated. They were immediately quarantined. One of them was asymptomatic, and the other experiencing mild symptoms. Those in their immediate travel party were vaccinated and have tested negative. Close contacts were quickly identified and tested. All were vaccinated and tested negative. The guests and their travel party disembarked in Freeport on June 24, 2021, and were on their way home to Florida.
Disembarkation of Jamaicans completed - nine tested positive
The disembarkation process for Jamaican crew members of the ‘Adventure of the Seas’ was completed in the afternoon of May 25 at the Falmouth Pier in Trelawny. The final batch of Jamaicans left the vessel in the morning. 1024 of the 1044 Jamaicans aboard who wished to be landed in Jamaica have now done so. The ‘Adventure of the Seas’ was given permission to dock on May 19 following the finalisation of a protocol under the Controlled Re-Entry Programme. The Ministry of Health and Wellness created a sterile zone around the port to conduct COVID-19 testing following which the ship workers were transferred to the Bahia Principe hotel in St Ann, to await test results. At present nine Jamaicans from the ‘Adventure of the Seas’ have been placed in isolation, having tested positive for COVID-19, while 384 persons have been sent to do home quarantine following their negative test result. Persons who have been allowed to quarantine at home have consented to have their locations geo-fenced, using smart technology through the JamCovid19 app and to do a video check multiple times per day while in quarantine. This is administered by the Jamaica Constabulary Force.News schreiben