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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Cruise ship operators could be inching closer to starting up business again

    Cruise ship operators could be inching closer to starting up business again


    The US Centre of Disease Control and Prevention will allow simulated voyages with volunteer passengers to take to the seas.

    International correspondent Dan Mitchinson says the idea of a trials is to see how the industry can move forward post Covid-19.

    Mitchinson says it is not a guarantee that business will be back to normal however it's a good step forward.

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