The U.S. State Department a great tip. If you’re going on a cruise (or any trip for that matter), make sure you have enough of your prescription medication(s) to last a week beyond your trip dates, in case of possible delays. That’s because some countries may not have the equivalent of your prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.
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