SIGN ME UP! Royal Caribbean International CEO Says 100,000 People Offer to Volunteer for Trial Cruises

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cruise lines must run trials to assess their ability to mitigate risk of spreading COVID-19

The CEO of Royal Caribbean International said 100,000 people have volunteered as passengers for the company’s mock cruises, reportedly in the works to set sail at an undetermined, future date in the fight against the coronavirus. (FOX NEWS image)

(FOX NEWS) – The CEO of Royal Caribbean International said 100,000 people have volunteered as passengers for the company’s mock cruises, reportedly in the works to set sail at an undetermined, future date in the fight against the coronavirus.

Earlier this month, Royal Caribbean executive Vicky Freed revealed that the company needs cruising enthusiasts to volunteer as passengers as it preps to return ships to service.

Under new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cruise lines must run these trials to assess their ability to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19, before formally resuming sailing with reduced capacity.

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