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Royal Caribbean: 100K People Want to Test Cruises

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In March the cruise industry came to an abrupt halt. The World Health Organization declared coronavirus a global pandemic. Cruise lines are legally mandated to run test cruises before they are allowed to officially set sail again. The company's president said Royal Caribbean has already signed up 100,000 willing volunteers. Last week, the first cruise to sail the Caribbean in months was forced to return to port amid a coronavirus outbreak among passengers.

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