Cruise-Sailor Posted October 27, 2021 Share Posted October 27, 2021 I didn't know which category to post this so chose NCL. On October 25, the CDC announced that from November 1, 2021, the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order will have a temporary extension until January 15, 2022. It means the current guidelines and requirements will continue and apply for cruise ships operating in the U.S. except for Florida, where the CDC order is just a recommendation due to a recent lawsuit. IMHO, I wish Florida's lawsuit against the CDC was a Class-Action suit so it would cover all ports in the U.S. When CDC was first established there was a real "need" for its existence. When the "Buggy Whip" was invented, there was a real "need" for its existence. Both have outlived its purpose. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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