CDC Keeps Cruise Restrictions in Place Until Nov. 1

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has rebuffed calls by the cruise industry to restart operations from U.S. ports, instead keeping current prohibitions in place through the summer travel season.

The CDC said Wednesday that restrictions placed on the cruise lines last year to counter the spread of the pandemic will remain in effect until Nov. 1. The statement comes just hours after a trade group representing the cruise industry called on the CDC to lift the restrictions and allow for the planning of a phased resumption of operations from U.S. ports beginning in July.

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