The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on October 30 that it would lift the eight month cruise ban from November and replace it with a “conditional sailing order,” the world daily reported. CDC director Redfield said that from November 1, cruise groups only need to comply with the conditional navigation instructions including a series of epidemic prevention measures before they can set sail again. < / P > < p > however, according to the report, passengers will not be allowed to board immediately, and cruise tourism will not rebound in a short time. According to the new directive issued by the CDC, companies must prove that they can navigate under the safe operation of the crew in order to obtain certification. For this reason, they need to carry out many simulated voyages, with volunteers or crew members playing the role of passengers. < / P > < p > the cruise ban issued in March 2020 was originally intended to be extended to February 2021, but it was strongly opposed by the White House to avoid further damage to Florida’s powerful tourism industry. Florida may be one of the key swing states that determine the outcome of the US presidential election. Global Tech