Six passengers on board the Royal Caribbean International cruise ship Adventure of the Seas, who are currently docked in Freeport (Grand Bahama Island in the Bahamas), have tested positive for covid-19 and are isolated.
The tests are part of the routine that the company performs at the end of the cruise It is offered as a respect for its passengers, as most passengers must show a negative test to return to their home countries. Lian Sierra Caro, the cruise line’s director of public relations, said Friday that the passengers were “isolated and then retested with a PCR test to confirm their diagnosis.” Royal Caribbean, as explained by the authorities of the Bahamas.
Three of the positives are asymptomatic and one has mild symptoms while the other two are nonimmune and asymptomatic. The authorities detail the information provided by Sierra Caro.
To move in a file sea adventurePassengers over the age of 16 must be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus and have a negative test before boarding the flight. Children under 16 years of age must also have a negative test before boarding the plane. All crew members on board were fully vaccinated.
Passengers who tested positive and who had close contact with them have been quarantined Once the test results are received, they will fly home on a special flight from Freeport on Friday, where the ship is docked.