Royal Caribbean joins the rest of the cruise industry in cancelling most cruise voyages through September

Royal Caribbean passengers
Gerardo Garcia / Reuters
Royal Caribbean announced Tuesday that more cruises will be canceled, now until September 15th for most trips.
Earlier this week, an industry group said that its members - including Disney, Norwegians, and others - were doing the same.
"We are working with our guests and travel partners to resolve this issue on their vacation and sincerely apologize for the inconvenience," Royal Caribbean said in a press release.
The US CDC currently has a no-sail regulation in effect until July 24.
When the cruise returns, it can look radically different. Companies have planned everything from temperature tests to cutting buffets.
Cruise ships initially became breeding grounds for the virus and were particularly hard hit by the slowdown in travel due to their high fixed costs.
RCL's shares have fallen more than 60% since the beginning of the year, while the market as a whole has almost made up for its losses.
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