COVID: CDC extends cruise ban | US transactions down 74%

CDC extends ‘no sail’ order The U.S. Centers for Disease Control extended the current “no sail” order on U.S. cruise lines, saying it had spent a total of 38,000 hours managing COVID-19 outbreaks on ships. Cruise ships violated basic pandemic safety protocols to stop the spread of the pandemic, the CDC said in its order, which suspended cruise operations until September 30. Read the story U.S. hotel transactions down 74% U.S. hotel transactions were down 74% year over year from March to May 2020, according to STR’s Consulting & Analytics office and CoStar Group. Transaction volume through February was up…
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