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The CDC appealed a federal judge’s order in a lawsuit against the agency that will turn its pandemic regulations for cruise ships operating in Florida into mere recommendations.
“The building was in OK shape,” said a Realtor with Compass who has multiple listings in the Surfside building. “They were just starting repairs to upgrade.”
Odyssey of the Seas, one of the world’s biggest cruise ships, was scheduled to cruise from Fort Lauderdale on July 3.
Gov. Ron DeSantis refuses to budge from a state law he sought that bars the cruise industry from requiring passengers be vaccinated.
CDC Director Robert Redfield was reportedly overruled during a meeting Tuesday with Vice President Mike Pence.
The CDC has banned cruises in the U.S. until Oct. 1, and most cruise lines have said they will not resume cruises until at least Oct. 31.
David T. Hines, who was arrested last week, also spent thousands of dollars on dating websites, jewelry and clothes, along with stays at high-end hotels.
The decision comes after Princess Cruises previously saw some of its ships quarantined because of the virus.
The invasive critters, which have thrived in the warm climate, just can’t handle occasional lower temperatures and “freeze.”
The violations by the world’s largest cruise company stem from a 2016 conviction for dumping oily waste into the ocean -- and covering it up -- for eight years.
A Florida KFC worker committed restaurant health violations, then was arrested after hitting a customer with chicken, police say.
There was just one casualty. A caged cat named Tomcat got stuck behind rubble and drowned.