I'm cruising on Jewel of the Seas in 2 weeks. My dad booked the cruise and he said he called and was told that CDC cards are not going to cut it as proof of vaccination, and we have to bring a letter from our primary care position. I don't think this makes any sense at all, as the CDC card is the only proof of vaccination given in the US. I also don't have a PCP, since I just moved and haven't bothered to get one. If I could manage to get an appointment within 2 weeks, I imagine the conversation would be something like this ...
Me to PCP: Can you write a letter to Royal Caribbean saying that I've been vaccinated?
PCP: How do I know you've been vaccinated?
Me: I can show you my CDC card.
PCP: Why can't Royal Caribbean look at your CDC card?
Me: They don't accept it. They need a letter from my PCP.
PCP: So ... they won't accept the card, but they will accept a letter from me saying I looked at your card and it says you're vaccinated?
Sound a bit like a scene from Idiocracy?
Anyway, straight from RCCL's site it says US persons need a CDC card OR letter from PCP. Is anyone else under the impression that we need a letter from our PCP?