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Federal judge strikes down CDC’s ‘authoritarian’ COVID-19 cruise ship rules, comparing it to a nationwide ban on sex because STDs exist

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A federal judge has ruled that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) can’t enforce its “authoritarian” pandemic-era sailing orders against Florida cruise ships from mid-July, The Washington Post reported.

US District Judge Steven D. Merryday’s ruling means that the CDC’S conditional sailing orders will become “non-binding” guidelines for Florida ships, instead of stringent requirements, from July 18.

Merryday ruled that the CDC did not satisfactorily justify its cruise safety rules, comparing halting voyages to the hypothetical situation of banning sexual intercourse across the US because of the fear of STDs.

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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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