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Cruise ship crew member disembarkations
  • Published Date:
    July 9, 2020
  • Language:
    English
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  • Description:
    Updated July 9, 2020 Since the No Sail Order was extended on April 15, CDC has worked with cruise lines to help thousands of crew members return home safely. Safe disembarkation of crew has included a requirement for cruise lines to submit a signed attestation and use non-commercial transportation for their crew members. The list on this page provides the latest information on cruise lines that have submitted the signed attestations that received CDC approval to safely disembark crew using noncommercial transportation. This list is updated daily Monday through Friday. Ships that have complete and accurate No Sail Order response plans to protect crew members against COVID-19 can now disembark crew members for non-commercial travel without a signed attestation. Cruise company officials must sign an acknowledgement of the completeness and accuracy of their response plans.
  • Content Notes:
    Emergency Medical Disembarkations -- Frequently Asked Questions -- Cruise Ship Crew Member Disembarkations Approved by CDC (April 15, 2020 – Present).
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