CDC won’t allow cruise companies to return to business in July

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has rejected a request by the cruise industry to immediately lift a no-sail order that would have allowed ships to resume business in U.S. waters by July, months ahead of a previously announced November return date. The coronavirus pandemic continues to keep ships docked despite the fact that other companies around the world have resumed sailings with extensive health safety measures in place. The Cruise Lines International Association had urged the CDC to lift the order, issued in October, and allow operations to resume from U.S. ports beginning …

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