Carnival canceled cruise from US ports during June
The Carnival cruise line has threatened to leave US ports as the cruise industry continues to struggle to maintain trade during the epidemic.
Carnival Cruise Line said on Tuesday that it is considering relocating its fleet of ships from US ports if it is unable to resume sailing from the US once again. Granthshala 10 News reports.
“While we have not planned to relocate the Carnival Cruise Line’s ships outside our US homeports, we may have no option but to resume our operations, which have been on hold for more than a year. ‘ ‘Are on, “Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise, said in a statement.
Duffy said the company, which cancels cruises through June 30, is eager to work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to find a “workable solution that works in the interest of public health” is.” However, other aspects of the travel industry (like airlines) begin to rebirth with the availability of more extensive vaccines for passengers, with Carnival asking that cruise companies, which have not operated from US ports, since March 2020 Are, they are also “treated”. Along with the rest of the industry, USA Today reported first.
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The CDC lifted its “no-sale” order in October after months of uncertainty for cruise companies, however, Cruise Lines cannot leave the US port without meeting the guidance set by the Framework for Computer Selling Orders, which Is scheduled to take effect at least until November. 1. Under the order, operators must conduct mock trips showing how it will resume safely to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among passengers.
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Cruise Lines International Association, a trade group representing the industry, urged the CDC to lift Profile for conditional selling order Last month, arguing that the industry should be able to resume operations from US ports again in July.
On Monday, the Norwegen Cruise Line announced the need to fully vaccinate all crew members and passengers prior to departure. Norway, in a letter to the CDC, gave the news in July detailing its security plan to resume cruises in the Caribbean and Europe.
Granthshala News’ Michael Bartiromo contributed to this report