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CDC Update 4/2/2021: Fully Vaccinated People May Travel


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Example of recognition of preemption of state law by federal statutory law-See Carnival Contract provision below:

 

(e) Except as expressly provided in Clause 12 (c), any and all disputes whatsoever arising out of or relating to this Contract or Guest’s Cruise as well as the interpretation, applicability and enforcement of this Contract shall be governed exclusively by the general federal maritime law of the United States, without regard to choice of law rules, which replaces, supersedes and preempts any provision of law of any other state or nation, however, the terms of this Contract do not displace non-excludable consumer laws applicable in jurisdictions outside the United States.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Snowrose said:

 

Except DeSantis just killed cruising by saying no businesses can require proof of vaccine - except the CDC just required that all crews and port personnel be vaccinated. So now there's a conflict for the port personnel.

 

I just started a new thread about the mess.

Cruising is dead then?

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