Cruise ship travel during COVID-19
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      Updated Aug. 5, 2021 CDC has released all necessary requirements and recommendations that cruise ship operators need to resume passenger operations under the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order (CSO), originally issued October 30, 2020. The CSO is a phased approach to resuming passenger operations on cruise ships. CDC may adjust these requirements and recommendations based on public health considerations and other factors. CDC recommends that people who are not fully vaccinated avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises, worldwide. That’s because the chance of getting COVID-19 on cruise ships is high since the virus appears to spread more easily between people in close quarters aboard ships. It is especially important for people with an increased risk of severe illness to avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises. CDC has issued a Level 3 Travel Health Notice for cruise ship travelers who are not fully vaccinated.
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