CLIA issued new guidelines related to coronavirus for all cruise line members effective Feb. 7, expanding restrictions on who can board ships. 

CLIA will deny boarding to anyone who has traveled from, visited or transited airports in China, including Hong Kong and Macau within 14 days of embarkation; to anyone who, within 14 days of embarkation, has had close contact with or helped care for anyone suspected of or diagnosed as having coronavirus; or is subject to health monitoring for possible exposure to coronavirus. 

CLIA said its members will conduct preboarding screening in accordance with these prevention measures and that enhanced screening and medical support will be provided to any persons exhibiting symptoms of suspected coronavirus.

All the brands of Carnival Corp., Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings are members of CLIA, which represents 90% of the industry

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