May 31, 2021
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Here are some of the news articles we are following:
- U.S. Law Allowing Cruise Ships To Skip B.C. Ports Would Set Risky Precedent: Harbour Authority
- Biden Signs Bill Opening Door For Alaska Cruises To Resume, Bypassing B.C. Ports
- DeSantis' Office Threatens Fines Over Cruise Vaccine Requirement
- Which cruise ships will sail from US hubs this summer? A port-by-port list
- Carnival Cruise Line receives OK from CDC on port plans for Florida, Texas cruises
- Royal Caribbean Resumes Recruiting Indian Crewmembers
- VIDEO: Cruise ships return to the Med as travel revives
- VIDEO: UnCruise Adventures moving Pacific Northwest season to Alaska
- 7 things I wish I'd known before taking a cruise to nowhere during the pandemic
- Data on COVID-19 vaccination in the EU/EEA – 28 May 2021
- German scientists say they've figured out why AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccines can cause rare, unusual blood clots
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U.S. Law Allowing Cruise Ships To Skip B.C. Ports Would Set Risky Precedent: Harbour Authority
'You always worry about a temporary measure becoming permanent,' Greater Victoria Harbour Authority CEO says.
Biden Signs Bill Opening Door For Alaska Cruises To Resume, Bypassing B.C. Ports
DeSantis' Office Threatens Fines Over Cruise Vaccine Requirement
Some of the world’s biggest cruise lines in recent days have finally begun announcing concrete plans to restart sailings out of U.S. ports.
Carnival Cruise Line, Carnival Corp.'s flagship line, may soon be able to set sail with passengers on board.
Michael Bayley, the president,and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., announced through a Facebook post that the company will resume hiring beginning on May 21.
Cruise ships are once again setting sail in the Mediterranean, but passengers will have to get used to wearing masks on board.
Hit hard by the Coronavirus/COVID crisis, the small-ship adventure travel brand UnCruise Adventures makes a comeback relaunching in Alaska earlier than expected because of high demand.
Last month, I took a two-night "cruise to nowhere" that started and ended in Singapore with no stops in between.
The data are presented in the Vaccine Tracker and collected through The European Surveillance System (TESSy).
German scientists say they've figured out why AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccines can cause rare, unusual blood clots
German scientists say they've figured out why some COVID-19 vaccines can cause unusual blood clots in rare cases.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in the articles above are those of the authors' and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of this e-Newsletter
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