Texas, Florida battle cruise lines over vaccination requirements

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The battle over whether cruise lines can require passengers and staff to be vaccinated is intensifying. The CDC recommends 95% of all cruise passengers be vaccinated against COVID-19 when sailing from U.S. ports. However, the governors of Florida and Texas took action to prevent businesses from requiring vaccinations, and that includes cruise lines. Errol Barnett reports.

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