The agency updated its webpage about cruise ship travel on Wednesday, removing all of the warnings. The decision was made following an analysis of the current pandemic scenario, according to CDC spokesperson Dave Daigle.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has lifted its warning against cruise ship travel in the most recent COVID update. As a result, cruise vacations can now be planned without having to go through any COVID procedures. The CDC has lifted the warning against ship travel nearly two years after the outbreak began.

COVID-19 cases aboard cruise ships have recently decreased dramatically in the country.

Daigle said, “CDC is removing the COVID-19 Cruise Ship Travel Health Notice. Travellers will make their own risk assessment when choosing to travel on a cruise ship, much like they do in all other travel settings.”

He went on to say that they believe this has been a long time coming and that they see this as a “demonstration of all of the hard work this industry has put in to guarantee they’re providing the safest mode of transportation.” The decision comes 14 days after the CDC lowered its cruise ship travel warning to a “Level 2.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently recommends that passengers be up to date on their vaccinations before embarking on a cruise.

– India’s new age travel digital media


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