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6.26am GMT

Carnival Corp Chief Executive Arnold Donald anticipates at least two more tough years for the cruise industry, which is unlikely to return to pre-pandemic levels until at least 2023, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.

The cruise company’s full fleet might be sailing by the end of this year but it will take longer to recover to pre-crisis revenues, Donald told the newspaper in an interview.

5.46am GMT

Governments are delaying access to public records during the pandemic, the AP reports.

As states prepared to reopen their economies following coronavirus shutdowns last spring, The Associated Press asked governors across the US for records that could shed light on how businesses and health officials influenced their decisions.

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