In order to set sail in 2022, many cruise lines are operating their ships at limited capacity. While the idea behind limiting capacity is to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, the number of passengers onboard is just one of numerous relevant factors.
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Several news outlets have reported a Grand Princess cruise ship that left Los Angeles for Hawaii earlier this month recently returned to port with crew members and passengers who had tested positive for COVID-19. As Fort Lauderdale cruise ship injury attorney Keith Brais has previously explained, individuals who contract COVID-19 onboard cruise ships may have grounds to sue the cruise line in many cases.
Illnesses onboard cruise ships are common. In fact, they are so common that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tracks statistics on cruise ship illnesses and diseases. If you get sick on a cruise, what do you need to know? Fort Lauderdale cruise ship accident attorney Keith Brais explains:
Cruising has long been a desirable and affordable mode of vacation for millions every year, however, following the COVID-19 pandemic cruising became a hotbed for infection. This article will discuss what happened to the cruise lines early in the pandemic, how the industry responded to the shut down, and where the future of cruising may be headed for the industry and passengers.
How did we get here?
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