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When Can We Go on a Cruise Again?

With Spring Break and warmer weather upon us, many are asking “When can we go on a cruise again?”.  According to the CDC, “all people” should avoid going on a cruise, which remains effective until November 2021.  Additionally, when cruises are operational again, the CDC will require face coverings, lab testing for all passengers and… Read more »

The CDC Wants Your Input On When To Start Cruising Again

The CDC wants to hear from you about what it would take to start cruises again. The 28 question survey is seeking suggestions on how to handle cruises in the pandemic and afterward. What can cruise ships do to prevent COVID transmission, how frequently crew members and guests be tested, and how cruise ships should… Read more »


The CDC has released new guidelines for all schools reopening this fall, for all students returning to school will soon be required to keep kids in small groups with the same teacher. Students will be required to keep 6-feet apart, and not to share their school supplies with others. Facemasks and regular hand washing are… Read more »


The EPA has stated two Lysol products kills covid-19 on hard surfaces. The Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Lysol Disinfectant Max Cover Mist kills the coronavirus within in two minutes of contact. Lysol representative stated; “In the face of the pandemic, Lysol continues to work with a wide range of scientific and health experts to educate… Read more »


The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has changed the wording on it’s website this month. Issuing a statement that states; “ The main way the virus spreads is from person to person.” No public statements have been made about these new changes on how the virus spreads, only added as a new headline on… Read more »


New guidelines have been released from the CDC, with the coronavirus crisis up and down. The CDC has suggested this guidance is “ for all Americans, whether you own a business, run a school, or want to ensure the cleanliness and safety of your home.” These guidelines are proper routine cleaning, but they advise everyone… Read more »