Carnival Plans August Return—4 Days After Congress Initiated Investigations Into the Company

Its partial reopening will include new health and safety measures

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Carnival, the world’s largest cruise line, announced that it would begin to “phase in” its service in North America beginning in August, only a week after the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) no sail order lifts for the industry.

On Aug. 1, eight of Carnival’s 26 ship fleet will begin sailing out of its ports in Galveston, Texas, Miami and Port Canaveral, Fla. All other North American cruises will be canceled through Aug. 31, including its other franchises like Holland America, Cunard and Princess Cruises.




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