The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released its new COVID-19 program for cruise ships operating from American ports.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States has confirmed that the Conditional Sail Order it introduced in 2020 remains on track to become voluntary from January 15th.
Cruise ship regulations for fully vaccinated passengers have been significantly relaxed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), with mask wearing and social distancing regulations the first to go.
After creating an uproar in the North American cruise market over its near-impossible-to-enforce COVID-19 mitigation rules, the CDC has updated the Conditional Sailing Order again.
The CDC’s updates to the Conditional Sailing Order regarding the resumption of cruises from the US were initially welcomed by the cruise industry, but now the latest guidance issued by the agency […]
The CDC has provided five key updates on its new guidance to cruise lines regarding the Conditional Sailing Order in a statement to Cruise Industry News. In its statement, the CDC said […]
The pressure on the CDC from cruise line executives, trade unions, and elected officials appears to have prompted at least one initial change in the agency’s regulations regarding the Conditional Sailing Order.
The CEO of Royal Caribbean has called the Conditional Sailing Order unworkable, while the CEO of the Cruise Lines International Association has said it doesn’t reflect the advances being made in other […]