CDC Ends Cruise COVID-19 Program, Removes Color-Coded Cruise Ship Chart

Cdc Ends Cruise Covid-19 Program, Removes Color-Coded Cruise Ship Chart

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The CDC in Atlanta, Georgia (Photo: bear_productions/Shutterstock.com) (5 p.m. EDT) — Effective July 18, the Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention said its current COVID-19 Program for Cruise Ships — a set of regulations and guidelines for the cruise industry in the United States — is “no longer in effect.” The move also gets rid of the color-coded chart that documented the status of COVID-19 outbreaks on individual cruise ships. It’s unclear what else has changed regarding required COVID-19 protocols that cruise lines sailing in the U.S. will […]

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