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Carnival’s US-based ships to resume operations by March, 2 years into pandemic

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Carnival Cruise Line plans to resume guest operations of all 22 of its U.S.-based ships by March of next year, roughly two years since the coronavirus pandemic necessitated a halt. The company confirmed its plans earlier this month, noting that 19 of those ships will set sail by February, according to a Carnival news release. “Woo hoo! This is the news we’ve all been waiting for,” the company said in a statement tweeted from its verified account, vowing to send an email that day to anyone whose trip was “impacted by any of our restart plans.” The remaining trio of ships include the Carnival Se…

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