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CDC 'no-sail' order extension official: Cruise ships will not sail in U.S. waters until Nov. 1

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced late Wednesday it is extending its "no-sail" order for the U.S. cruise industry through Oct. 31.
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News video: After reported wrangling, CDC extends no-sail order on cruise ships

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The CDC extended the no-sail order on passenger cruise ships through the month of October due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The no-sail order, which originally began in April, prohibits cruise ships carrying 250 passengers in waters subject to US jurisdiction.

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