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Cruise Ships Can Get Ready to Set Sail Again, C.D.C. Says

NYTimes.com Friday, 30 October 2020
The C.D.C. has issued a conditional order toward certifying companies that can prove they can protect passengers and crews from the coronavirus. Actual travel by sea is still a distant wish.
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