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National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases


December 17, 2020

CDC issues Framework for Conditional Sailing Order

On October 30, CDC issued a Framework for Conditional Sailing Order for cruise ships operating or seeking to operate in US waters. This Order replaces the No Sail Order that had been in place since March 14 and introduces a phased approach to resuming passenger operations in a way that reduces the risk of spreading COVID-19. During the initial phases, cruise ship operators must demonstrate adherence to testing, quarantine and isolation, and social distancing requirements to protect crew members. Cruise ship operators must also build the onboard laboratory capacity needed to test crew and future passengers. 


CDC Travel Planner

As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, state, local, tribal, and territorial governments are providing guidance to travelers to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. However, it can be difficult for travelers to find jurisdiction-specific COVID-19 advisories, restrictions, and requirements along their journey or at their final US destination. CDC created a website called Travel Planner to serve as a single location that travelers can search to find COVID-19 information for the communities along their route and at their destination. This website helps health departments share their COVID-19 policies and will also help ensure that travelers can make informed decisions, protect themselves, and reduce transmission before, during, and after travel.




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