Cruisers Tell the CDC: Let Us Back on Board

Cruise lines have extended their pause until at least November, but some people are ready to get back to sea now

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Fans of the cruising industry can now air their grievances about the federal No Sail Order issued in March directly to the government agency that issued it.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is responsible for regulating health standards for the industry, has formally requested information from cruise lines on how they plans to return to operation since sailing was suspended back in mid-March, when the Covid-19 pandemic was beginning to ravage the United States.



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