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Super-Spreader Cruises May Give Biden an Early Covid-19 Test

Cruise ship docked at port.

BLOOMBERG, DECEMBER 12, 2020 Though many voyages went OK, Norway’s cruises show the risks | Companies push to resume sailing from U.S. ports in March By Lars Erik Taraldsen and Michael Smith for Bloomberg – The Norwegian cruise line Hurtigruten Group was ready to show the world that ships could be made safe from Covid-19. It outfitted its newest vessel, the MS Roald Amundsen, with …

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This is when the cruise and travel industries will recover

Cruise ships anchored in a cluster at sea

BLOOMBERG, DECEMBER 1, 2020 Predictions on recovery from a consultant who has an eye on it all. By Nikki Ekstein – As the head of travel and tourism for Boston Consulting Group, Jason Guggenheim is used to troubleshooting on behalf of airlines and hotel companies when the road gets bumpy. Typically that means rethinking operations and carrying out restructuring efforts for …

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