Cruise ships are getting infected with pandemic-related coronavirus, according to a new report from The Hill.
The cruise ship industry has faced a slew of coronaviruses, including one that infected nearly 5,000 people in Hong Kong, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
And, this week, the Centers of Disease Control said the virus was spreading in the United States and elsewhere.
But while the cruise ship pandemic has led to a wave of death and illness, the industry is still in a delicate balance of keeping passengers and workers safe.
“Our primary concern is that people are being exposed to these coronaviral agents in the public environment,” CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden said in a statement.
“We need to be sure that the public health measures are being put in place to prevent people from being exposed.”
The CDC is warning that the risk to cruise ship workers is greater than for passengers.
The agency is also warning that some cruise ships have become havens for the virus, so passengers and crew members could be more vulnerable than before.
“This risk is higher than that of passengers,” CDC director Dr. Thomas Frieden told reporters on Thursday.
“And there are other risks to crew, which is why we have to be mindful of that.”
What is important is to have the right measures in place, to make sure that passengers are protected and that we are able to detect and prevent these new coronavirs, but also make sure we do all we can to make the world safer,” he added.
But Frieden warned that there’s still a lot of work to do to help keep cruise ship passengers and crews safe.”
The CDC said that as of Thursday, there were no confirmed cases of the coronavirochovirus in the U.S., nor any deaths. “
But the real challenge is to be able to respond quickly and effectively to this new pandemics and pandemic.”
The CDC said that as of Thursday, there were no confirmed cases of the coronavirochovirus in the U.S., nor any deaths.
However, a spokesperson for the cruise lines said on Thursday that the companies are working to identify those passengers and others who might have been exposed to the virus and to make certain that they have the proper protective gear.
We will be working closely with the CDC and other agencies in the US and abroad to provide the necessary information and information that we can,” a spokesperson said.
On Thursday, The New York Times reported that cruise lines have been “unable to quarantine the entire fleet, while at least some other U.s. cruise lines are starting to implement measures in anticipation of a wave.”