As thousands of people are forced to flee St. Vincent due to a volcano eruption, the Caribbean island’s government and the US media are emphasizing that only citizens who have been vaccinated will be able to leave.
Norah O’Donnell of the CBS Evening News provided the following story on the eruption.
“After the first volcanic eruption in more than forty years on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, nearly 20,000 people have been forced to flee their homes,” O’Donnell said. “The volcano spewed ash for miles and raised a dense cloud of smoke 20,000 feet into the sky.”
“On the island, cruise ships are evacuating passengers, but only those who have been vaccinated against COVID,” O’Donnell concluded.
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According to ABC News, the study comes after the island’s Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves warned that “cruise ships and other islands will need evacuees to be vaccinated.” “He also said that he was negotiating with other Caribbean governments to ensure that they will accept an ID card instead of a passport because not everyone has one.”
“Everyone knows that this is an emergency situation,” Gonsalves said.
“Those who want to go to a shelter in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an island chain with a population of over 100,000 inhabitants, should be vaccinated,” the study continued. According to Bloomberg, hotels in the area are now requiring all refugees to be vaccinated.
According to the World Health Organization, St. Vincent has a population of 110,600 people and 10,805 people have been vaccinated.
Carnival, on the other hand, claims that vaccines are not needed for the humanitarian mission.