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Carnival Cruise Line receives green-light from CDC to resume cruising operations from Port Miami

Carnival Cruise Line says it has gotten the okay from federal officials to move on to the next step of resuming operations at a trio of ports across the country, including South Florida. The company says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is green-lighting its restart plans to sail from Port Miami, Port Galveston and Port Canaveral. Carnival says it plans to begin setting sail from these ports by July. "These agreements move us one step closer to sailing with our loyal guests," said Lars Ljoen, executive vice president and chief maritime officer for Carnival Cruise Line. "We appreciate the support from not just these three homeport partners, but all of our homeports, that are eager to have us back as soon as possible."

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