Cruise Ships Can Sail Again, With Strict Rules

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Says big cruise ships won't be able to resume taking passengers on vacations again until they can prove they can prevent the spread of the Corona virus. NPR's Rob Stein has more The CDC says cruise ships will have to demonstrate that they can protect passengers and crew members from the virus and prevent shipped from sparking outbreaks when they dock crucial companies will have to set up testing systems in quarantine, isolation and social distancing protocols to protect passengers and crew members. And before any real passengers are allowed on board crew ship companies will have to stage mock trips, with volunteers acting like passengers and crew members to demonstrate their safe. Cruise ships became hot spots of infections early in the pandemic. Rob Stein. NPR NEWS Wall Street Lower by the closing

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