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Royal Delay: Caribbean Cruise Postponed After Crew Members Test Positive for Covid-19 -

Delay shows that positive cases on board could disrupt restart plans - Royal Caribbean Group is postponing a voyage in July after eight crew members tested positive for Covid-19, demonstrating the challenges that arise with restarting cruises during the pandemic. The cruise line detected the cases as part of a routine testing for crew members of the Odyssey of the Seas ship, Royal Caribbean International Chief Executive Michael Bayley said in a Facebook post. The company is moving the Odyssey’s sailing out of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to July 31 from July 3 “ out of an abundance of caution ,” Mr. Bayley said. The crew members’ cases come after two passengers sharing a room on the Celebrity Millennium, another Royal Caribbean ship,  tested positive last week for Covid-19 , though the cruise sailed on. Cruise operators are hoping to show they have protocols in place to handle Covid cases, in contrast to some high-profile outbreaks that brought sailin

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