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Norwegian Cruise Line may require passengers to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination before boarding any of their Florida ships, a federal judge ruled.

US District Judge Kathleen Williams issued the injunction in a lawsuit against the state’s “vaccine passport” ban, which was signed by Republican Governor Ron DeSantis in May.

Norwegian said it is implementing a 100 percent vaccination rule for guests and crew in every port it sails from around the world.

The company relies on “robust, science-based health and safety protocols” with vaccines as the “cornerstone” to provide travelers with the safest experience that Norwegian believes is the safest.

A Norwegian cruise is scheduled to depart from Miami on Aug. 15 – the company’s first trip from Florida since the pandemic disrupted operations.