CDC says U.S. cruises could start by mid-summer

With vaccinations rolling out, restrictions are lifting and opening up opportunities for the travel business.
According to the CDC, U.S. cruises could possibly start up again by mid-summer.

To speed up the process, a cruise line is required to show proof that 98% of its crew and 95% of its passengers are vaccinated.
The CDC has also said that updated Covid-19 requirements for passengers and crew would line up with provisions for fully vaccinated Americans.