- Major cruise lines are reportedly planning to resume cruise operations as early as this summer.
- Due to concerns over COVID-19 Spread on cruise ships, the US centres for disease control issed a “No sailing order” on March 14 to all cruise ships in U.S Waters. The order is set to expire on July 24.
- COVID-19 have destroyed cruise industry and many analysts are unsure if the operators will survive.
- CBC reported Norwegian plans a relaunch on sailing on July 1.
- CBC reported Carnival plans a relaunch on sailing on August 1 (8 ships).
Cruise line indsutry expert Klein estimates cruise companies have a 30 percent chance of getting approval to start sailing this summer CBC reported.
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