New COVID-19 cruise rules: Canadians wanting to vacation aboard may be restricted if they took mixed vaccine doses

New COVID-19 cruise rules: Canadians wanting to vacation aboard may be restricted if they took mixed vaccine doses

New COVID-19 cruise rules: Canadians wanting to vacation aboard may be restricted if they took mixed vaccine doses While cruises continue to be in big demand for Canadians travellers, particularly for 2022 departures, different vaccination requirements globally could impact your ability to take your next cruise vacation. While Canada has been administering mixed vaccine doses across the country, including AstraZeneca and mRNA vaccines Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna, and using the two mRNA vaccines interchangeably, that hasn’t been the case in other parts of the world, including the U.S. “Canadians are reminded that it is safe to receive one vaccine product for your first dose and a different vaccine product for your second dose,” Dr. Howard Njoo, Canada’s deputy chief public health officer said at a press conference on Tuesday. “Likewise, Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization, or NACI, considers the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna, to be interchangeable.” “That means, if the same mRNA vaccine you received for your first dose is not readily available at your clinic, it is safe to receive another mRNA vaccine so you can complete …
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