Cruise ships return to San Diego after long absence because of COVID — but no passengers allowed

Barred from sailing for the last nine months because of the pandemic, several cruise ships are making their way to San Diego this month, but don’t expect to see thousands of passengers boarding or disembarking from the ocean liners. The extended visit by the Holland America cruise ships is the first step toward getting certified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the time when they will be able to begin welcoming passengers aboard next year. For now, it’s not likely San Diego will see cruise lines resuming voyages until at least the spring, but even then it remains uncertain…

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